City Of Flight Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 All-Star 2018
Jordans 2017, The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 City Of Flight celebrates the 2018 NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles. A graphic of the city's streets lays across the entire upper, harmonizing with the shoe's sharp angles and slashing lines. "LA" embroidery on the right tongue nods to the city of flight and basketball's biggest stage. Dressed in a black base with white and light grey accents seen throughout, the shoe is covered in a map of Los Angeles — the All-Star games host city. Russ' logo is placed at the tongue while the lined heel contrasts the noir upper.
New Jordans 2016, Russell Westbrook will be part of Team LeBron at this year's All-Star game and for the first time in his career he will be wearing his very own All-Star signature shoe. Looking closer the All-Star edition of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 features a clean Black and White color combination. Black is used for the base while the uppers are covered in a map graphic done in White which adds to the LA "City of Flight" theme we have seen. In addition the graphic is seen on the straps while featuring "RW" and "LA".
Adding to the New Jordans 2018 NBA All-Star lineup will be the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 All-Star edition that will be worn by Russell Westbrook on the court in LA. This "All-Star" edition of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 comes dressed in a simple Black and White color scheme. A White map graphic covers the entire shoe, which continues the LA "City of Flight" theme used on previous Air Jordan Retro releases. The graphic is also seen on the ankle straps that includes "RW" and "LA" logos.