Yesterday, we heard about the Kyrie 4 Low. Now, Jordan Brand's Why Not Zero.1 will have a lowtop version as well. Brodie's first signature shoe is quite a performer and I really enjoyed playing in them. (Performance Review coming soon). It features the same general look although from the images here, the upper material could be a bit different. The shroud and lace-toggle system still remains and even that bulky heel counter. I would also assume that same cushion setup, which is full-length Zoom Air will return in this lowtop version and same goes with the outsole. The main difference would be the absence of the strap and a bit lower cut. It doesn't too low when I look at these images but let's see when I get to see them personally. If the overall fit would be just like the regular version, I don't think that the absence of a strap would be a deal breaker since it fits very snug and contained. This would also shave some weight although not that very drastic. July 1, 2018 is the release date for this and will retail for $115.