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New Jordans Release Dates January 2019

New Jordans Release Dates January 2019

Air Jordan 11 Low SE Snakeskin
Color: Light Bone/University Red-Sail-Black
Style Code: CD6846-002
Release Date: June 1, 2019
Price: $185

Air Jordan 4 SE
Color: Black/White-Gum Light Brown
Release Date: January 19, 2019
Price: $200

Air Jordan 4 NRG
Color: Hot Punch/Black-Volt
Style Code: AQ9128-600
Release Date: January 19, 2019
Price: $190

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Color: Neutral Grey/Hyper Crimson-White-Black
Style Code: 555088-018
Release Date: January 2019
Price: $160

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG
Color: White/Sail-Light Smoke Grey-Dark Concord
Style Code: 555088-124
Release Date: January 2019
Price: $160

Air Jordan 6 LTR
Color: Light Armory Blue/Obsidian-White-Dark Concord
Style Code: CI3125-401
Release Date: January 2019
Price: $200

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Completely close to Nike M2K Tekno sneaker in 2018


Nike took the muzzle on everything and all earlier in the year when they took one of their most ridiculous shoes, Air Monarch, launched it in a new version and made it one of the most modern and sought after models on the market this year – Nike M2K Tekno.

Dad sneaker

Nike M2K Tekno has several parallels to the Air Monarch, repeatedly named as the ultimate ‘dad sneaker’, and especially the sole provides associations to retro Nike design with its bastard shape. At the same time, M2K Tekno differs significantly from its predecessor with a completely updated design.

This is especially reflected on the upper part, which is made of mesh and leather and has been added to a number of modern details – TPU panels at the heels, 3M reflexes on the heel straps, and a mini Swoosh logo on the page to customize the model to a contemporary audience.

The result is a voluminous, yet elegant sneaker, both consistent with contemporary trends and shelf classical Nike design. It is perfect for those who want to jump on the ‘chunky’ wave, but in a clean and timeless manner.

Nike has recently added its own contribution to the chunky sneaker obsession and the hits just keep on coming. Its reworked Monarch has ushered in two new colorways in Black/Black/Off White-Obsidian and White/White-Pure Platinum. Dubbed the Nike M2K Tekno, the redesigned sneaker carries out its new design following previous “Black Volt” and “Phantom” iterations.

Off White x Nike M2K Tekno
Color: Black/Black-Off White-Obsidian
Style Number: AO3108-003

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New Jordan Release Dates October 2018

New Jordan Release Dates October 2018


Jordan Legacy 312
Color: Varsity Red/Black-White
Style Code: AV3922-601
Release Date: October 1, 2018
Price: $150

Jordan Legacy 312
Color: Black/White
Style Code: AV3922-001
Release Date: October 1, 2018
Price: $150

Air Jordan 6 Tinker
Color: White/Infrared 23-Neutral Grey-White-Sail
Style Code: 384664-104
Release Date: October 6, 2018
Price: $190

Air Jordan 18
Color: Black/Metallic Silver-Sport Royal
Style Code: AA2494-007
Release Date: October 11, 2018
Price: $225

Air Jordan 9 Boot NRG
Style Code: AR4491-300
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Price: $225

Air Jordan 9 Boot
Color: Black/Black-Concord
Style Code: AR4491-001
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Price: $225

Air Jordan 9 Boot
Color: Wheat/Wheat-Baroque Brown
Style Code: AR4491-700
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Price: $225

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Rookie of the Year
Color: Gold Harvest/Black
Style Code: 555088-700
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Price: $160

Air Jordan 8 South Beach
Color: White/Turbo Green
Style Code: 305381-113
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Price: $190

Air Jordan 33 “Future of Flight”
Color: White/Metallic Gold/Black-Vast Grey
Style Code: AQ8830-100
Release Date: October 18, 2018
Price: $175

Air Jordan 10 Tinker
Color: Racer Blue/Black-Team Orange-White
Style Code: 310805-408
Release Date: October 20, 2018
Price: $190

Air Jordan 10 GS
Color: Dark Smoke Grey/Rush Pink-Black-Iron Grey
Style Code: 487211-006
Release Date: October 26, 2018
Price: $140

Air Jordan 11 Retro Platinum Tint
Color: Platinum Tint/Sail-University Red
Style Code: 378037-016
Release Date: October 27, 2018
Price: $220

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Nikecourt Zoom Zero Performance Reviews

I didn’t mean for this to happen but the U.S. Open kicked off yesterday so what a perfect time to drop a tennis shoe review. I don’t review tennis shoes often because 1) I don’t play tennis often anymore 2) I already reviewed the GOAT 3) I have some Zoom Vapor 9’s as back up.

But something about the design and look of the Zoom Zero said try me. I tried the Nike Ultra React tennis shoe a few years back as well as the Adidas Energy Boost but those two just didn’t work for me; The React was an overpriced Jordan XX8 wannabe built to satisfy shoe tech geeks but guess what, nobody fell for it…Same with the Adidas Energy Boost. Have all the tech jargon you want, both Nike Shoes weren’t any better than their dumbed down counterparts.

So I bought the Zoom Zero on release day and I think I found a fantastic tennis shoe that doubles as perfect outdoor shoe as well as a great indoor Bball shoe. I guess Bo knows tennis now three decades later

*If you didn’t know I was a top junior in Texas back in the day and played a semester In college before dropping it for a life of hooping and lifting five hours a day with very occasional studying..very very occasional*

Weight

14 ounces so pretty average weight for a tennis shoe or hoops shoe.

Traction

So one of the old school benefits of Nike tennis was a 6 month outsole guarantee but the Zero doesn’t have that guarantee.

The shoe features a pattern very similar to the Nike KD 11 but with smaller triangles and guess what it works ..everywhere and does what it’s supposed to do.

Tennis is a game of starting and stopping but sometimes you have to slide into shots and whatever it’s doing on court, it listened. Chase down a drop shot, split step for a volley, slide into a running forehand… it was just great.

Tennis uses similar if not the same movements as basketball so these work great outdoors as well. I took these indoors to hoop in after playing tennis the other day and they worked great although some wiping was needed on dirty floors. The point is they do what they’re supposed to.

Cushioning

Full length zoom is very rare in a tennis shoe so yes I admit this drew me in. Nike top loaded the heel and midfoot but then bottom loaded the forefoot for court feel.

I’d prefer top all the way through but it’s an interesting idea to say the least and it’s what gives the Zero such a weird looking midsole.

Heel to mid Zoom is great, nice and springy while the forefoot is pretty average with barely only some Zoom feel. I think Nike really parred down the foam to give the wearer a lower to the ground feel since it rides a little high in the heel.

The secret to the heel Zoom feel is the strobel

Nike used a thin foam board and cut out portions in the heel so you really get that Zoom feel.

Although I’d like more Zoom feel in the forefoot, I was very pleased with the Zoom set up overall. Quick and responsive in the forefoot with a nice bounce in the heel. I was talking to a young teaching pro and he asked me about these and said he wanted more heel cushioning to replace his Cage 2’s and I told him these would work great.

Fit

Nike likes to use a really slim and long last with their tennis shoes and these are no different. I went true to side and these fit me slightly long although it’s really the design of the toe box. I have about a thumbs width at the toe but if I went down half a size my toes would get crammed. I think most can go true to size but narrow footers may want to go down half a size. Zero heel slip out of the box which is probably due to its higher than normal cut.

It is a very Nikecourt design with an inner bootie and partial outer one piece design.

I wouldn’t say the fit is quite as good as the Vapors but it’s still a very good fit overall with no movement side to side or front to back (maybe that’s why it’s narrow at the toe, so you don’t jam our toes on stops).

Materials

Mostly mesh so nothing to write home about. For $130 it’s about what I’d expect from Nike or Adidas and it works just fine. Just can’t get cool textures with mesh.

Support and Stability

This is a tennis shoe but there the higher cut just gives it a little more support without restricting movement.

As to be expected stability is excellent thanks to a low to the ground forefoot, wide outsole and tiny outrigger. No tippiness anywhere heel to toe.

Containment

I thought these would be iffy on court but I was wrong.. No stretching on hard changes of direction or when chasing down balls sideline to sideline.

Part of the reason is the huge raised tooth coming off the midsole.

And the other is the use of synthetic and rubber around the toe.

But there is a hidden reason containment works..

There is a layer of stiff synthetic on the lateral side only to keep the mesh from stretching on hard cuts. Zero issues with containment. Well done Nikecourt, can you talk to Nike Basketball?

Durability

I usually don’t talk aboutdurability since I hoop indoors but as a chronic toe dragger when I play tennis , I wear holes in my shoes in a hurry. Nike smartly added rubber to the inside toe and medial side for durability. If you look at our shoes you rub your feet together a lot so Nike also added rubber to the medial toe area. After several hours outdoors in 100 degree heat, these are holding up nicely.

Ventilation

I usually don’t discuss this ether since I play bball indoors but playing in 100 degree weather on hard courts, my feet typically get really hot but these kept the heat at bay for me even during the middle of the day. Mesh is better than leather in this regard for sure. I’m sure there are better ventilated shoes out there but I’m not really in the market for tennis shoes like I am for bball. Still pleased with how these worked out.

Conclusion

I was looking at Asics for my next tennis shoe thanks to a lot of positive reviews from my friends and I liked how they looked but being a shoe nerd, I’m glad I gave these a shot. These are one of those shoes that you put on and forget about almost immediately. Short break in, balanced cushioning, good fit and traction..the list goes on and on with the Zoom Zero. I like my Zoom Vapors but it feels like I’m wearing a shoe on court while these just feel like an extension of my foot. I could have waited to buy these since all tennis shoes hit clearance but sometimes I’m impulsive…

A lot of readers ask about a good outdoor hoop shoe and I can’t answer that often since I don’t play outdoors but if you’re looking for a good outdoor hoop shoes don’t hesitate to try the Zoom Zero. It does everything a hoops shoe does well and it’s designed for the outdoors..heck, it even played great indoors. I’d actually take these over quite a few most hoops shoes.

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Nike Air Max 97 ‘White Cone’ BQ4567-100 Release Information


Last year, Nike brought back the legendary Nike Air Max 97 on it’s 20th anniversary, and with this revival, came a bunch of ultra high heat collabs from the likes of Skepta and Virgil Abloh. To many, the Air Max 97 is one of the best sneakers of recent memory, and now, the Swoosh has unveiled a brand new colourway that you’ll definitely want to cop.

Dubbed ‘Cone‘, clean white makes up the majority of the shoe, with the upper portion rotating between leather and mesh, while a contrasting orange hue can be seen on the side Swoosh, tongue branding, and heel pull tab. The Air-infused midsole and black rubber outsole sitting below round out the design, providing functional support on the popular retro runner.


Nike Air Max 97 White Cone
Color: White/Cone-Metallic Silver
Style Code: BQ4567-100

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Jordan Releases Dates October 2018

New Jordan Releases Dates October 2018


Air Jordan 6 Tinker
Color: White/Infrared 23-Neutral Grey-White-Sail
Style Code: 384664-104
Release Date: October 6, 2018
Price: $190

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Rookie of the Year”
Color: Gold Harvest/Black
Style Code: 555088-700
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Price: $160

Air Jordan 8
Color: White/Turbo Green
Style Code: 305381-113
Release Date: October 13, 2018
Price: $190

Air Jordan 10 Tinker
Color: Racer Blue/Black-Team Orange-White
Style Code: 310805-408
Release Date: October 20, 2018
Price: $190

Air Jordan 18
Color: Black/Metallic Silver-Sport Royal
Style Code: AA2494-007
Release Date: October 25, 2018
Price: $225

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Nike KD 11 shoes are equipped for the new season well


As the trading market has made the West Coast competition more intense, Kevin Durant, the most valuable player in the two consecutive finals, will face even greater challenges in the coming season. And the weapon on his feet, of course, must be improved in combat effectiveness. Nike React plus the full set of Zoom Air this combination, it sounds very lethal, after the actual combat is it worthy of the name or the last name is too real?

Comfort
Flyknit still covers the entire upper, but this time the straps return to the traditional style, only the instep part of the adjustment, no previous generation from the outside to the inside, the entire foot will be tightened by the shoelace and additional pressure. After putting on Nike KD 11, I feel a little familiar. It is difficult to put on first, but when I put it in, the heel of the shoe seems to return to the KD 9 wrap. I believe it will not be so easy to get rid of the shoes! As for the shoe cage, there are not many vacancies, and a pair of basketball socks of normal thickness can be used.

In addition, the focus is of course on cushioning. Nike Epic React, introduced last year, can not be reinforced this year. A layer of Nike React is laid under the full Zoom Air. I was very excited when I heard this configuration, and I can imagine how high the resilience can be.

After the test, it is a little different than the imagination. The previous generation of KD X is also the full palm Zoom Air, but the instep is pressed lower, and the usual way can feel the sticky ground, which is called low to the ground or Court feel. As for the generation of KD XI’s shoebed, there is a layer of Nike React cushioning. The whole person is padded. When you need to press the pressure to press the game, you can feel the feedback, or the player with more weight. Easily enjoy the instant comfort of KD XI.

Protective
The heel lock is unexpectedly excellent. In fact, it is not easy to put on the foot. It is conceivable that the situation of dropping the shoes in the game is relatively low. In terms of foot and foot protection, the Flyknit near the foot is softer, mainly relying on the heel. This time, the stability provided is relatively strong, so it is particularly impressive. On the Outrigger side, the inside and outside are also very round and not too prominent. So the scores in this link will not be given too high.

Durability
The toe cap is harder than the previous generation. It can also be said to strengthen the upper protection. The reason is the distribution of Flyknit. The KD X is mainly used for the softer Flyknit. The toe can easily swing up and down in the shoe cage. It is also apparent that the extension of Flyknit can be seen. On the contrary, the toes swing up and down in the KD XI shoe cage, and the amplitude of the upper is not too large, and it is not obvious. The softer Flyknit only remains in the instep of the KD XI to the collar, while the toe is thicker.

The texture of the sole is relatively simple this time, even less than the line of the Nike Air Force 1, but each pit pattern is not too shallow, and it is still acceptable for the indoor field test. The curvature of the arc is also very helpful for steering, so it is estimated that the overall durability will not be bad.
Summary
Overall, although it is not easy to feel the strong feedback of the full Zoom Air + Nike React in the whole game, KD XI can always provide powerful support when shooting. The only pity is the pull ring of the heel. The original intention is to wear it easily. It can be used as a force to wear and tear. However, in actual combat, whenever the movement is too aggressive, it will often be worn to the heel position, and there will be discomfort in the room. Therefore, it is not recommended to wear socks, and there is a proper thickness, so that it can be improved a little better!

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Nike KD XI 11 Performance Reviews


For the past four or five years I’ve read and seen people yearning and pleading for real Flyknit, real Primeknit, this upper is too stiff, this mesh is just mesh, oooh this synthetic backing hurts my feet, give us a stretchy Primeknit upper etc…

Well guess what, Nike finally gave KD and the internet jockeys a super soft upper for a socklike feel and all I have to say is you got what you asked for.

Pros: traction when clean, not bad on dusty floors, a very well balanced and fun cushioning set up, stable outsole

Cons: traction bite could be better, needs some wiping on dusty floors, rides a few millimeters higher than previous KD’s, heel lockdown is acceptable after break in but could be better, support is lacking, containment feels like a broken in KD IX or X

Sizing Advice: half size down unless you have super wide foot. Runs slightly long

Best for: lighter guards although everyone will like the cushioning. If you want a sock with a sole, look no further

Buying Advice: wait as always. KD is not MJ so just wait a month or two for price drops and coupons.

Weight

16.5 ounces so three ounces heavier than the Nike KD 11 Not a big deal to me but hey three ounces is three pounds to some #hitthegym I promise it won’t hit back. The distribution of the weight feels very off-putting at first since most of it is the midsole and below but you do get it in a few runs.

Traction

Works fine on clean courts, needs some wiping on dirty courts. On clean courts, the bite isn’t the best because it isn’t the super sticky translucent of the past but on the flip side, it doesn’t pick up as much dust as the sticky translucent. I have no major complaints about the traction since it is above average for a translucent and works adequately well on all surfaces. (At the same time I’m not excited about it either)

Cushioning

I felt the KD IX and X were a little too squishy for me especially along the lateral side but this set up is a great combo. Imagine if the HD 17 cushioning had a love child with the KD8 full length Zoom set up and this is what you’d get.

Although Nike says they are both caged, the HD17 ribs feel softer to the touch than the Nike KD 11 Paranoid. There is no give when you touch the cage of the KD

If you’re expecting Ultraboost softness you will be disappointed but if you want a set up that feels great underfoot with a nice bounce and without any lag, this is your set up. A thin 6-8 mm Zoom unit with no foam is not enough cushioning by itself so adding React to it just gives it just the right amount of ooomph. I do want to note that these sit about 25-26mm at the forefoot which is about 3 mm higher than the X but it only takes a little time to get used to it.

I think balance is the key to everything, including shoes and this set up is balanced just right.

Fit

Want a sock with a sole? Well KD did/does and that’s essentially what you get with the KD 11

I went half a size down with the KD XI not by choice but because I accidentally hit 10.5 on check out. Since it was limited to one pair I stuck with it and I think it’s the right choice for everyone except the widest footers. I had a finger width of space at the toe with a 10.5 and almost a thumbs width with an 11 that I bought a week later to double check sizing. You’d be surprised but you can actually fit more than one size and it isn’t life or death. Hell KD WEARS A FULL SIZE OVER HIS REGULAR SIZE DURING GAMES.

Anyways, comparing the size 11 and size 10.5, I just a had a better, more secure fit with 10.5 than 11 and didn’t experience width discomfort due to my wide feet. If you can’t try on in store, decide if you want comfort or a tighter fit and you can decide from there.

There is a good amount of heel slip to start with the XI mainly due to the placement of the top eyelets and the stiff outsole/cage.

You can clearly see a different in the top eyelet placement. If the XI moved it back a little more lockdown would be better.

Using such a soft upper with a stiff midsole just makes the shoe feel confused. However, if you’re patient, break in the shoe a few hours and allow the midsole to soften and bend, the heel slip dramatically goes down. I prefer more lockdown myself but I didn’t feel my heel moving all over the place like it did initially.

Materials

This upper is for the most part very soft with some overlays for strength. It is stretchy around the ankle collar and down the “tongue” but with less stretch around the outer portions.

However, it is not just pure Flyknit as you can see above. There is a thick nylon lining that runs throughout the shoe to give it more strength and support. It’s comfortable and slightly stretchy like a sock just like KD asked. Feels nice and comfortable and premium but does nothing performance wise in my opinion. Well it does but…

Support and Stability

Support comes solely from the fit and too flexible heel counter so support is only kind of there.

A typical heel counter, particularly Nike’s usually has a firmer internal heel counter that doesn’t have the flexibility this one has. I tried doing this with KD 7-10 but to no avail. I know a lot of people believe that support comes from the fit but if that were the case you could wear a sock on top of a sole or wear Nike frees and be okay. I believe it’s a combination of fit and firmness around the ankle but every person’s proprioception is different. Had the heel counter been firmer I think containment (see below) would have been better.

Stability is fine even though there isn’t an outrigger. It is the same width as the KD X at the heel and forefoot. No tippiness in the heel and the cage TPU is firm to keep things upright.

Containment

I’ve noted or mention before that the KD IX containment got worse over time due to break in and stretching. With the XI, the upper is already stretchy and broken in so you get that same feeling especially on hard cuts or changes of direction. As most of you know I don’t like the feeling with any brand including Brandblack’s JC2, 3, Jordan M12, Lebron XIV XV etc,l…the list goes on and on.

Why is the containment poor in the XI? KD wanted a sock like feel and that’s what he got, simple as that. Nike could have raised the outsole to created a physical barrier but they didn’t. Does that feeling affect my play? No not really but why settle for something I don’t like when I have hundreds of pairs of other shoes.

Conclusion

I wasn’t sure how to approach this review because there are a few things I really like and dislike about the KD XI which are all preferences and aren’t measurable at all. But there is also quantifiable data (ie stats) that show me that feel isn’t real and I’ve been wasting my time reviewing shoes. In other words, I got buckets and played great in these. But at the same time, based on my methodology and “scoring” of these, I really shouldn’t like them all that much. Hell, maybe I all the practice I put in actually paid off? #itainttheshoes

If containment isn’t something that bothers you, you’ll probably love the shoe. If it is something that you weight heavily in your shoe decisions, you will hate the shoe. If it affects how you play in your mind, you’re going to hate the shoe. If you have enough confidence in your ability to play the game itself, the shoe won’t affect anything at all. It won’t affect your shot, your passing or ability to think. If the 2nd best player in the world is playing in this shoe for millions of dollars a full size up from his normal size, you’ll be ok making buckets at a dirty 24 hour fitness. One of my teammates got the exact same pair as mine and he loves loves them so don’t let any review from an influencer actual well..influence your decision. Buy what you want not what someone else says is the “best”.

Overall, I find the KD XI a very attractive shoe that does a nice job bridging the gap between off court style and on court functionality. It has decent traction, excellent balanced cushioning, a pretty good fit after break in and a sock like feel (and support for that matter).

*I mentioned the off court appeal because 90% of consumers don’t buy shoes for their intended use*

Is the KD shoe for me? The KD XI works adequately for me but as you all know I want my shoes to excel at everything and while the KD XI has its strengths, I have plenty of other New Nike Shoes that far outperform its weaknesses such as containment and support. If you wanted a sock like shoe with great cushioning this is your shoe but if you want a little more of everything like I do, there are better shoes at a lower price point.

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Nike Air Max 95 OG ‘Orange/Olive’ Previews


Back in 1995, Nike saw an opportunity to shift the direction of the performance sneaker market at the time. With so much focus on basketball, partly down to the domination of Michael Jordan’s signature line, the brand’s Air Max family needed a fresh perspective and Nike brought in ACG designer Sergio Lozano to spearhead the concept. Lozano positioned the revolutionary Air Max 95 project as a means to recapture the public’s attention towards visible air.

Inspiration for the Nike Air Max 95 came to him one rainy day in Nike headquarters’ home of Beaverton, Oregon; “I was looking across the lake out into the trees and I began picturing the process of rain eroding the earth and thought it would be interesting if the perfect product was unearthed by erosion,” says Lozano. The final shoe had an upper with layered panels that resembled muscle fibers and flesh, Nylon eyelets that were fashioned after ribs, a midsole that took after the spine, and a gradient that resembled geographical striations of eroded rock walls. A black midsole and the now-iconic grey upper was paired with a number of coloured accents including Nike’s signature ‘Volt’ and the returning ‘Solar Red.’ Originally considered an outcast among Air Max silhouettes, the 95 gained a cult following thanks to it’s unapologetic appearance, and youth culture soon rallied behind the Air Max 95 and the Air Max franchise blossomed into a style staple.

Following a series of strong OG colourways that dropped in the past few weeks, the latest update is this ‘Olive’ flavoured gradient colour-up, accented with vibrant orange hits on the eyestays, miniswoosh and multiple air units.

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The Reviews about Nike Air Jordan 5 Black Metallic

Catch (8.5/10): This Air Jordan 5 Black Metallic Uses a large area of translucent outer bottom matching the lines of fish bone (human word). In the clean indoor wooden floor field, the outer bottom grip is very solid, without any swipe, at the same time the translucent outer bottom is not easily stained with dust, and the dust does not affect the catch. The performance of a pair of 28-Year-old sneakers in the end of a 28-Year-Old Sneaker is expected to be seen by today’s standard.

Slow-down (3/10): although the aj5 took the air and the back of the air, there was also obvious visible air, but the slow-down performance was completely not, and it was simply a piece of hard-blown bricks…

Reaction (8/10): the hard-to-be slow-down shock is replaced by an unyielding reaction performance, and the power is accompanied by the fact that it will not affect the conduction of power because of the pressure of the middle bottom, and in addition, the design of the bottom Not too high

Bag (7/10): Air Jordan 5‘s Main shoes used large size leather, shoe tongue and uppers part used plastic. In the part of the shoe head, it will clearly feel that the toes are also redundant (even if i wear a half-code), plus the more hardened properties of the leather itself, it clearly feels the pain of the toe to the head of the shoe. The part of the middle-foot is able to match the footed. As for the filler of the ankle and the shoe tongue, it is very good to be able to feel that the aligned is very good. However, there is nothing much to do with the laces attached to the sneakers…

Support (8/10): in the part of the ” Bag Review it was mentioned that the aj5 uppers used large-size leather and thick ankle filling, which made the aj5 a very nice support, and the sneakers in the field. No obvious inflected. However, aj5 is missing the design of outrigger, the width of the outer bottom and the bottom is similar to the width of the bottom, which makes people feel relieved, but there is nothing.