Meanwhile, cement print — another Jordan Brand classic — appears on the midsole. Kaufen Air Jordan "Why Not"
A healthy dose of modern-day flair is then provided by the Thunder-esque reddish-pink accents on the outsole and collar. The shoes also complete with another custom box courtesy of Recon Beat Labs, whom you may recognize from the Nintendo Game Boy Why Not Zer0.2 that recently surfaced as well.
Russell Westbrook‘s new Air Jordan "Why Not" Billiger
has been packed chock-full of childhood nostalgia as of late. After Brodie recently rocked a Super Soaker-inspired colorway during a game, we now have a look at another new pair that draws from something else ’80s and ’90s babies are very familiar with: the Nintendo Game Boy. The shoes don a mixture of grey hues and feature green/burgundy accents, all drawn directly from the original 1989 black-and-white device.Rabatt Air Jordan "Why Not"
The inspiration doesn’t merely extend to the shoes themselves though: the hangtag is also made over to look like an OG grey Game Boy cartridge, and the box is an out-of-this-world cardboard reconstruction of the beloved device. The special packaging flips the standard Game Boy branding to Russ-specific hits, with Westbrook’s special Jordan logo on the “screen,” and also features his name/”Own The Chaos” mantra to complete the design.
It only took Jordan Brand nearly the full NBA season to release a pair of Air Jordan "Why Not" Schuhe
in honor of the Triple Double king Russell Westbrook. However, there’s a twist; this release reflect the hybrid model that Russell’s been wearing throughout his insanely productive season as it features an Air Jordan XXX1 upper with the cushioning of the Air Jordan XXX. This “Why Not?” PE blends a classic OKC colorway with elephant print on the heel and his personal logos on the tongue and the outsole of the shoes.
The NBA’s current triple double king Russell Westbrook took the court last night in a brand new PE of the shoe design made only for him, the Air Jordan "Why Not" Damen/Herren</a. Preferring the tooling of the Air Jordan 29 and 30 over the current Air Jordan 31, Russell had Jordan Brand make up a special hybrid model combining the older sole with the Air Jordan 31 upper. Russ’s latest version of the shoe features a look almost as bold and flashy as his game, with a black upper in Flyweave and patent leather with large “Why Not?”—his personal motto—text on the heels in OKC’s bright orange and blue tones.www.snkrstyles.com