A camouflaged-covered iteration of Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 made its retail debut among recent Air Jordan releases 2019. Inspired by Russell Westbrook’s fashion sense and style, Jordan Brand initially assumed that it would be better off with a lifestyle sneaker model like the Westbrook 0. It was not until last year that Russell Westbrook received his own signature basketball sneaker model in the form of the Why Not Zer0.1, which debuted on February 15th, 2018. Jordan Brand kicked off this year by releasing its successor, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2, which made its retail debut on January 10th, 2019 in a “Future History” colorway.
Sportswear seems to have been dominating in the New York Spring Summer 2018 shows. One of the trends even makes it seem like the present times are quite tumultuous. This trend revolves around military dress, namely the army green, Khaki and olive green colors, and the camouflage pattern. There were Camouflage army fatigues that were paired with asymmetric denim jackets, and traditional Khaki-colored tailored coats and trousers. A modified camouflage pattern even covered numerous boxy jackets, suits and vests that were part of a collection. Jordan Brand also seems to have taken an interest in the camouflage trend because they are planning to drop an Air Jordan 31 Low “Camo.” Continue reading This Is The First Camo-Covered Military-Themed Colorway Of The Air Jordan 31 Low
Sneakerheads probably remember the Supreme x Air Jordan 5. Over the years, Supreme has collaborated with numerous footwear brands, but their most momentous collaboration was arguably the one with Jordan Brand from Fall 2015. Along with the multiple Air Jordan 5 iterations, the collection also included some Supreme x Jordan Brand apparel. However, there were also those who deemed the sneakers over-hyped and were not particularly fond of them. Regardless, probably no one was expecting another camo-covered Air Jordan 5 to arrive. While Supreme played no part in designing it, the never-before-seen Air Jordan 5 featured here appears to be sporting camouflage print. Continue reading This Air Jordan 5 Featuring Camo Print Will Arrive In Two Different Versions
In the NBA, there is just one king of fashion and he is none other than Russell Westbrook, so it is not a surprise that he is spending the off-season in style. Despite having participated in five All-Star and countless regular games, Russell somehow manages to find the time to attend New York Fashion Week, design clothing and give an interview for Vogue magazine. October 6th is also set to mark the retail debut of his new capsule collection, True Religion X. However, it turns out that his second signature model with Jordan Brand is also ready for its debut and it will among October 2016’s Jordan releases. Continue reading The Jordan Westbrook 0.2 Will Debut In October 2016 In A Camo-Covered Iteration