The sneakers display a bold range of red fluorescent highlights at the uppers, contrasted against shades of black and grey in textiles such as leather and mesh. Light blue logos appear at the tongue tabs, with a Jumpman logo on the right and Russell Westbrook’s insignia on the left. Matching the tongue is a sleek black lace cage that rests slightly over a grey eyelet panel gridded translucent sidewalls. Thin water-resistant mudguards line the front toe cap, while letters appear at the forefoot next to Westbrook’s signature. Topping off the designs, “Red Orbit” highlights grace a small heel patch that sits above the chunky midsole.
The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE “Red Orbit/Black” is currently available at atmos-tokyo.com for $143 USD.
In other footwear news, Neymar Jr. and Nike collaborate on a pair of Shox in “Black/Gold.”