Brand: Jordan Brand

Model: Why Not Zer0.1

Key Features: The new drop features a fused mesh upper and a smooth vamp cover, alongside a full-length Zoom Air unit and compression-molded pylon foam piece engineered for flight.

Release Date: January 15

Price: $125

Buy: TBC

Editor's Notes: Russell Westbrook unveiled his new Why Not Zer0.1 signature sneakers against the Lakers on Wednesday night. Intended to reflect the reigning MVP's dynamic personality, the first silhouette, named "Mirror Image," features cutout images of Westbrook dunking alongside the words "Why Not" on the toe cap. The second of the two models is the "Two Way" which, as the title suggests, is available in a black and white colorway.

The former shoe will be a limited, but the monochromatic sneaker "Two Way" is slated to get a full release.

Although this isn’t Westbrook’s first signature sneaker—see the Westbrook 0 and 0.2—the Why Not Zer0.1 will be the first signature shoe he’ll wear on the basketball court. Check out the gallery above for a closer look.

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