About a month ago Russell Westbrook signed a new contract extension with Jordan Brand that will make him the face of the brand for at least the next 10 years. This new contract will also include his very own signature shoe with the Jumpman, which will most likely debut some time next year. But while The Brodie waits for his own shoe, JB is already making him PE colorways of the Air Jordan 32 that he’s expected to wear this upcoming season.

The best thing about this PE colorway that we see above is that it’ll be making its way to retailers for all of you Thunder fans to enjoy. Known as the Air Jordan 32 Why Not, this colorway is inspired by the team colors of the Oklahoma City Thunder as a bright blue dominates the entire Flyknit upper and midsole while subtle hits of Orange complete the Thunder homage. Westbrook’s “WHY NOT” mantra can be seen on on the inside of the tongues as well as on the icy translucent outsoles.

Look for the Air Jordan 32 Why Not to release on November 22, 2017 for a retail price of $185. Any Thunder/Westbrook fans plan on scooping up a pair next month?

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