Like the Jordan Why Not Zer0.3, Russell Westbrook‘s (more) budget-friendly model features jagged design lines and aggressive tooling that match the man behind the shoes. Mixed textile and synthetic uppers are entirely covered in black à la Jordan 4 Black Cat. Unlike its Jordan 34 counterpart, however, the Westbrook One Take interrupts the tonal arrangement with white branding across the lateral midfoot and collar, tongue and insole. In true Westbrook spirit, a lone Jumpman stands out at the forefoot of the covert, multi-directional herringbone outsole.
This Jordan Westbrook One Take Black Cat features an all-Black base paired with White detailing on the Jumpman and branded areas. Following we have White on the Jumpman on the side and insole and Westbrook branding on the tongue and side. Finishing the look is a Black midsole and matching rubber outsole. the Jordan Westbrook One Take has already delivered official images of a handful of colorways it’ll don. Among them, a few looks rooted in fan-favorites from the Air Jordan line, which may have also inspired an upcoming triple-black ensemble.
Though the didas Yeezy Quantum Flash Orange is set to release with sweltering summer heat right around the corner, its color scheme is decidedly autumnal. Wavy overlays mix a vivid orange hue with elegant black and tan tones, and sit atop a semi-translucent base layer that shows the shoe’s inner workings. YEEZY BOOST 700 V2-style toe caps are done up in tan suede, with throats, tongues and collars constructed of a black neoprene-like material.The rest of the midsole is done up in a milky white shade and houses a full-length white BOOST footbed for signature comfort.