The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Honors Russell Westbrook's Alma Mater

Commemorating the former MVP’s days as a Bruin.

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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low continues to roll on with a special “UCLA” colorway. Dressed in all white, Russell Westbrook‘s first performance model welcomes light blue and yellow accents throughout as an ode to his former UCLA stomping grounds. The triple-double machine’s logo is placed on the tongue with the iconic Jumpman insignia added to the lace shroud. The phrase “Engineered For Flight” is added down each heel as the left sneaker’s outsole sees yellow with the right seeing the aforementioned shade of blue.

Retailing for $115 USD, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low “UCLA” launches on July 25 at select Jordan Brand retailers. Fans of the model can also take a look at its “Cement” and “Triple Black” colorways.

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