Air Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 Orange DD4887-100
Release Date: Thu 17 Jun 2021 8:00 AM GMT
Style Code: DD4887-100
The Air Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 Orange comes in a very eye-catchy colour combination. If you’re regular in sneaker town, you probably have realized that the colourway is reminiscent of the Shattered Backboard theme that’s appeared earlier on the Air Jordan 1. So if you’ve missed out on the Air Jordan 1 version of this colourway, then get in the line fast! Looking at all the hype, we’re sure these brand new Air Jordan’s certainly won’t be on the shelves for long! So you better not dilly-dally! For more updates on these stunners, follow us on FastSoleUK. We will have you covered with all the latest gossips from sneaker town.
Looking at all the hype for these summer-friendly kicks, we’re sure they’re going to be a sell-out in no time! The colourway will look absolutely dope with any neutral or monochrome outfit. If you’d ask for our suggestion, then we’d recommend you to simply go for a white t-shit and a pair of jeans. Try avoiding clothes with too much pattern or the ones that are a bit loud. You don’t want any attention diverted from your brand new Air Jordan pairs! So choose something simple and let your shoes do the talking!
The mixed-materials upper features an off-white mesh base. The upper also showcases orange basketball leather overlays. The sneaker’s other visible features include the exposed stitching and synthetic panelling across the profiles that indulge in black contrast. Did you notice the pink detailing on the medial side?
Furthermore, underfoot, the shoe displays a simple colour palette to its performance-ready sole unit, but mid-foot shanks deliver vibrant pink flair to the tooling. Finally, the mandatory Jumpman logos towards the heel appear in neon green, completing the design. In a nutshell, the design is dope!
The Air Jordan Why Not Zer0.4 Orange will be releasing on 17th June. Save the release date and cop the pair ASAP. For more brand new offerings, keep tabs on the release dates section on our website.
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