A player with a personal style as unique as Russell Westbrook deserves a signature sneaker to match. That is actually what Jordan Brand crafted for the Oklahoma City Thunder's triple-double machine to help him celebrate his eighth All-Star Game appearance in Charlotte this year.

Westbrook will be lacing up a wild makeup of his current signature, the Why Not Zer0.2. The special edition pair sports both desert and woodland camouflage across its mesh upper. Jordan Brand's iconic elephant print wraps around the toe. The rest of the shoe is accented by vibrant hits of infrared, volt, and turquoise. Other details include The Brodie's personal logos on the tongue and heel, a sizing tag on the outsole, and military-inspired tag on the medial heel. 

This pair is undoubtedly one of the standouts from Nike's collection for the NBA All-Star Game this year. Anyone else trying to pull off the "All-Star" Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 will get the chance when the pair hits Nike SNKRS and other select retailers on Feb. 17 for $125. 

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 "All-Star"
Release Date: 02/17/19
Color: Camo Green/Hyper Turquoise-Volt-Infrared
Style #: CI6875-300
Price: $125

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 'All-Star' CI6875-300 (Lateral)
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Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 'All-Star' CI6875-300 (Medial)
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Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 'All-Star' CI6875-300 (Top)
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Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 'All-Star' CI6875-300 (Heel)
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Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 'All-Star' CI6875-300 (Bottom)
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