With the NCAA’s March Madness tournaments right around the corner, Jordan Brand has created a batch of exclusive Player Editions using the Air Jordan 4 and Jordan Why Not Zer0.2. You’ll find Jordan Brand’s sponsored schools such as Georgetown, Marquette, Oklahoma, Flordia, Michigan and UNC all receive special editions of the aforementioned silhouettes. For the selection of Air Jordan 4s, each upper is coated in smooth suede with speckled details on its lacing wings and midsole. Additional features include an icy blue translucent outsole along with each college’s logo taking the place of the tongue’s Jumpman.
Russell Westbrook‘s second signature sneaker, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2, has a more subtle approach in contrast to the aforementioned Jordan 4s. Each iteration shares multiple shades of grey throughout their uppers with the addition of speckles as well. Lastly, each program’s colors are applied to the inner lining and outsole while their logos are also placed on the tongue.
Unfortunately, the Exclusive PEs aren’t expected to release to the general public. Stay tuned for further news regarding a potential drop and be on the lookout for these throughout the month on court during the tournaments.
In other Jordan Brand news, the Air Jordan 1 “Shattered Backboard” is expected to see its third iteration this October.
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