Looking closer this Jordan Westbrook One Take comes highlighted with a mixture of Mango and Orange accents across the upper. This offering of the Jordan Westbrook One Take features a mix of Mango and Orange tones throughout its upper paired with Aqua Blue contrasting accents. The mesh at the majority sets the tone with its use of light mango tones while the overlays applied behind darken by a small margin with saturated orange finishes. Elsewhere, the Barely Volt shade dresses up the accents — laces, Jumpman insignia, webbing, etc. — while an aqua blue rounds off the palette with cool tones along both the forefoot taping and the tooling’s tread.
While new, the Jordan Westbrook One Take has built up a lot of energy even pre-release. Recognized as the budget-friendly alternative to the athlete’s flagship, the Why Not Zer0.3, the stripped down silhouette has seen quite a few versatile colorways inclusive of Triple Black, Black Cement, and now “Black Toe” schemes.
Inspired by the edgy designs of Russell Westbrook’s “Why Not?” series, the Jordan Westbrook One Take PF combines extra-durable traction and forefoot responsiveness to help players stay in control on outdoor courts. The clash of colors and materials give it a chaotic style, keeping in step with Russ’ intense game and personality.
This latest edition features a White mesh and leather build with Black overlays to give off that “Black Toe” vibe. Red contrasting accents throughout provides that Chicago Bulls look completed with a White/Black rubber sole.