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  • Air Jordan 31 'Why Not?' Performance Review

Air Jordan 31 'Why Not?' Performance Review

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€142.00

€57.99

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4391028
44101129
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396926
4071027
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I thoroughly enjoyed playing in the Air Jordan 31, but my lasting impression of the shoe was that if Jordan Brand had only combined the upper of the 31 with the tooling of the 30, it would have been one of the best-performing models ever. So when Russell Westbrook started hitting the court in one-off hybrids with that exact setup, it was both reassuring and frustrating. It was nice to know that I wasn't alone in that preference, but it sucked knowing that I couldn't also have a pair.
I wondered all season what it would be like to play in the shoe, and as soon the news hit that a pair would be dropping at retail to commemorate his historic run, there was no doubt in my mind\u2014I had to have a pair. And even if it was more of a limited release and collectors item, I was going to play in it.
To say I had high expectations for the \u201cWhy Not?\u201d 31s would be an understatement. I can't think of many shoes I've looked forward to playing in more. But can you simply take parts from two different shoes, slap them together, and have the best of both worlds?
Hover over the dots below to find out.
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