The half-bootie constructed sneaker uses a mix of meshes in tan with accents in brown and black throughout the sneaker. Russell’s RW logo is seen on the tongue and medial side of the heel, with the Jumpman on the lateral side. The sneaker uses a funky nylon lacing setup with a nubuck overlay on the high wear areas around the toe. The cream midsole features what we presume to be a double-stacked Zoom Air unit in the forefoot, and a translucent brown outsole that’s detached with a black shank plate placed in the midfoot for stability.
The Jordan Why Not .5 is set to drop later this year via Nike.com and at select retailers for $130. Check out the official photos below and for all things Jordan Brand, head over to our Jordan Release Dates page.
Jordan Why Not .5