Sneaker debuts were at a premium this weekend for Jordan Brand. On the grandest stage, Super Bowl 53, Travis Scott revealed his highly anticipated Air Jordan 6 collaboration. Scott, during moments of that performance, was accompanied by Maroon 5’s Adam Levine, who laced up Scott’s other widely touted shoe — the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1.
Yet outside the confines of the retractable roof stadium in Atlanta and on the hardwood, Russell Westbrook also made waves with the debut of his Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 “Super Soaker” PE. Carrying the shoes into the arena in a whimsical super soaker themed box, the white shoe with varying shades of green marked a playful departure from more textured releases of Russ’s second signature on-court sneaker.
This player exclusive shoe is one that may or may not release to the general public. You can bet if they do they’ll go quick.
Source: NBA Kicks