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The Coloring Book theme manifests in the vibrant Jordan Why Not 0.6 “Multi-Color” release.

Throughout six signature silhouettes, Jordan Brand has looked to mimic the eccentrically suave style of Russell Westbrook within his signature line. Through a vibrant collection of hues, this Jordan Why Not 0.6 certainly leans into its signature wearer’s playful and expressive personality.
The chosen multi-color palette is eerily similar to Jayson Tatum’s Air Jordan 35 “Women In Power” PE from 2021. A see-through white shroud covers a majority of the forefoot’s inner fixings while bright swatches of “Baltic Blue” concentrate along the heel counter, collar and tread. Scorching shots of “Siren Red” illuminate the latter’s Jumpman insignia alongside the tongue tab and mudguard opposing the pair’s consistent cerulean hits. The Why Not zippers and heel pull tab introduce a seldom lime green tint while “Action Purple” enters the mix filling the tongue, embroidered heel overlay and the upper’s suede trim.
The Jordan Why Not 0.6 “Multi-Color” is currently available overseas. In the meantime enjoy a detailed look at the pair below while we await further release details.
In other signature news, we recently received an exclusive look at Devin Booker’s first Nike shoe, the BOOK 1.





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