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  1. New Jordans 2018 has officially unveiled Russell Westbrook's first performance signature shoe, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1. He'll debut a "Mirror Image" PE version of the shoe tonight during the Thunder vs. Lakers game at Staples Center. Russell Westbrook mirror's MJ's passion for the game and relentless drive. The first colorway of his new signature sneaker, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 'Mirror Image,' celebrates the winning mindset shared by both athletes. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 features a mesh upper for lightweight containment, a full length Zoom Air unit that provides responsive cushioning and internal laces with an AJ VI-inspired toggle for locked-in comfort.The New Jordans 2016 shoe, crafted for the dynamic game and personality of the reigning MVP and fashion king, features a fused mesh upper, smooth vamp cover, full-length Zoom Air unit and compression-molded pylon foam piece engineered for flight. Russ's on-court debut is a PE version of the "Mirror Image" colorway, a style that displays his desire to tell personal stories through colorways. Each shoe uses cut out images to represent Michael Jordan (left) and Russell Westbrook (right). It will be a special "Mirror Image" PE colorway that showcases a black and white all-over print of various imagery related to both Westbrook and Michael Jordan. It also sports red accents and sits on an icy outsole.Jordans 2017 has unveiled Russell Westbrook's first on-court signature shoe known as the Jordan Why Not Zer0.1. Westbrook will wear the "Mirror Image" PE tonight as the Thunder take on the Lakers at Staples Center. The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 is crafted for the dynamic game and personality of the reigning MVP and fashion king while featuring a fused mesh upper, smooth vamp cover, full length Zoom Air unit and compression molded pylon foam piece engineered for flight. Russ's on-court debut is a PE version of the "Mirror Image" colorway, a style that displays his desire to tell personal stories through colorways. Each shoe uses cut out images to represent Michael Jordan (left) and Russell Westbrook (right).