To celebrate the one year anniversary of Russell Westbrook‘s astonishing, record-breaking 42nd triple-double accomplishment, Jordan Brand is marking the occasion with a new colorway of his signature shoe.
The Why Not Zer0.1 “Triple-Double” sports an Oklahoma City Thunder-themed palette of blue, orange and black, while the heel gets a special paint splatter treatment, similar to the recent Air Jordan 1 “Royal” that debuted recently. To finish off the special edition shoe, the date “04/09/17” is printed on the shoe’s outsole.
The Why Not Zer0.1 “Triple-Double” is set to be released on April 9, exactly one year to the date that Westbrook broke Oscar Robertson’s record in a win over the Denver Nuggets, with a retail price of $125 USD.
In case you’ve missed it, Nike’s Air VaporMax Flyknit 2.0 will soon debut in “Crimson Pulse.”
Join Our Discussions on Discord
The HYPEBEAST Discord Server is a community where conversations on cultural topics can be taken further.