New Jordans 2018
, Russell Westbrook's first performance signature shoe, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 has made its debut both on the court and off the court. Now, MJ's alma mater is getting hooked up with a Why Not Zer0.1 PE of its own decked out in Carolina Blue and white with the Tar Heel's signature "NC' logo coming emblazoned on its ankle strap. Grab an up close look at this specially made pair for Jordan's Tar Heels above and tune into their game tomorrow against Georgia Tech to see if they lace them up on the court.New Jordans 2017
, Russell Westbrook's first signature sneaker recently made its global debut, initially dropping the the limited Mirror Image colorway that sported graphic detailing on its upper highlighting Brodie's partnership with the Jumpman. Following a look at the recent Air Jordan 3 UNC PE, the University of North Carolina have also received their very own Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 PE. Dressed in a White-based upper with Carolina Blue accents that's completed with the Tar Heel's signature "NC" logo on the ankle strap.Jordans 2017
, The Air Jordan 11 Low Cool Grey was first spotted back in 2013. Five years later, we might finally get an official release in May 2018. Having similarities to the iconic "Cool Grey" Air Jordan 11, this low-top rendition will come dressed in Medium Grey, Gunsmoke and White. While having resemblance to the original colorway, this Air Jordan 11 Low features a a two-tone Grey upper with White laces and midsole. Finishing off the simple, yet stylish design is the shoe's iconic translucent outsole.