Though the number of Why Not Zer0.4s seem to be intentionally limited, the Jordan Westbrook One Take II lacks many of these same restrictions. As such, colorways have surfaced frequently since the start of the year, continuing on into February with this “Shattered Backboard” inspired rendition.
Throughout the upper, the same orange shade is used in force. The back heel as well as the forward overlay all match in the bright warm tone, most of these fixtures also embellished with a basketball-inspired texture. Underneath, the canvas is undyed, made white to better contrast the black webbing, nylons, and stitch that wrap across the entire profile and tongue. What’s more, the supportive plate underfoot brings in a new addition: a loud, distressed pattern composed of neon yellow and pink.
For a detailed look at these, see below. A release should be hitting Nike.com and select retailers soon.
In other news, the Jordan 6 Carmine is coming this week.
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Westbrook One Take II
Release Date: 2021
Color: N/AMens: $100
Style Code: CW2457-108
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