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Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Collection: Jordan Lifestyle Shoes
Closure: Laces
Material: Canvas, Leather
Price: $100
Colorways: Black, White
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The low-top Jordan Westbrook 0.3 is a unisex model that is offered in US men’s measurements, from 7 to 14. This is equivalent to women’s sizes 8.5 to 15.5. Light paddings are present on its tongue and collar, which provides comfort.

Depending on the color option, the Jordan Westbrook 0.3 has a synthetic or canvas upper. These materials allow for flexibility and a bit of ventilation.

Contrary to Russell Westbrook’s flamboyant and daring fashion sense, the Jordan Westbrook 0.3 displays a relatively modest silhouette. Each colorway has a different exterior design, which at first glance could be mistaken for Vans sneakers. Westbrook fans and casual wearers are certain to appreciate its skater-style construction combined with laidback aesthetics.

Due to its unassuming colorways and low-top profile, pairing this lifestyle Jordan sneaker with a plethora of casual attire is a breeze. Users have plenty of occasions to rock their pair, such as on casual workdays, gimmicks, traveling, shopping, or summer strolls. If you are having some challenges on matching the shoe with your get-up, just remember Russ’ catchphrase, “Why Not?”

This lifestyle footwear by Russell Westbrook has a foam midsole that gives ample stability and cushion with each step. The shoe is made with premium materials that help in delivering lightweight support.

Russell Westbrook has been the face of the Jordan brand for years. Dubbed as the modern “Triple-Double King,” his ferocity and relentlessness have made him one of the most exciting players in the NBA. Westbrook is also acknowledged by many as one of, if not, the most athletic point guards the league has ever witnessed.

Westbrook was part of the UCLA college basketball program for two years. During his freshman season, he was only a back-up to Darren Collison. By his second season, he was assigned to the starting shooting guard position. Westbrook’s college is by no means mediocre, but, it wasn’t jaw-dropping either. Still, the Oklahoma City Thunder used its 4th pick to draft him in 2008.

During Westbrook’s early years in the NBA, he was teammates with future MVPs Kevin Durant and James Harden. Despite experiencing initial success, injuries, chemistry issues, and the salary cap have made these three superstars to part ways. Westbrook won his MVP award in 2016, the year after the departure of Durant to the GS Warriors. In the off-season of 2019, he requested a trade to reunite with James Harden in Houston. 

The Westbrook 0.3 is one of the uncommon Jordan shoes that are not basketball-inspired. It is inspired by the skater culture of the ‘80s.

  • $100 is the standard price of the Jordan Westbrook 0.3.
  • Black/game royal/sail, total crimson/white/sail, and white/crimson black/sail are its colorways.

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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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