Nike Air Jordan Six Low Basketball Shoe Review

This shoe is comfortable with more movement in the ankle the the high version. This is an aethesthetically pleasing shoe that will turn heads everywhere.

The upper is comprimised of a good looking pattern that helps hold the structure of the shoe together. The laces are tough to pull really tight but the shoe is still comfortable to wear as long as your dont plan on putting it through its passes.

The outsole has an interesting pattern to keep it looking great while allowing plenty of traction. The midsole with the visible air is another interesting focal point. There is plenty of suspension for comfort when moving around.

The heel has a lot of support to push against while also having a flexible top to insert the foot in. There is also a somewhat flexible handle to hold onto when putting on and taking off the shoe.

Overall, this is a great shoe for wearing around and turning heads. There are a lot of features of this shoe to keep fans interested for a long time, as they already have.

Nike Kobe X Basketball Shoe Review

This is a great shoe thanks to all the technologies in it. The attention to detail is fantastic and has led to a shoe that has no obvious flaws

The upper is a breathable mesh that conforms quite well to the foot but unless you tighten the laces properly, it can cause pressure across your toes as it creases inwards.

The heel clip is sturdy and helps the shoe keep it’s shape, but can make the shoe difficult to get on and off. This is because it holds its shape a little too well and won’t bend to allow the foot in.

The Nike Zoom unit and the airbag in the back help to make this a comfortable to move around in. These also seem to help with leaping as it feels like it is pushing you out of the ground to give you extra height. Combined with the outsole, this makes for a great basketball shoe.

The outsole is the crowning jewel of this shoe as it has some of the best traction in the basketball game today. It starts with some Nike Free grooves to allow more motion in the foot. The is a tooth at the front to keep some shape when the Nike Free is in usage. There is also small nodules on the bottom of the shoe to cause traction. The nodules splay out to grip the floor like a race car’s wheels do. This is what leads to the superior traction.

Overall, this is a great shoe for basketball and is superior to most others in almost every way. The only possible flaw is that it is not as aesthetically pleasing to look at as the Kobe 9 Elite, but if they released a high, Flyknit edition, then that is taken care of.

Nike Lebron 12 review

These are very comfortable shoes. They give a lot of support and move freely with the foot as it moves. The hyperposite sides definitely help to keep the shoes shape and stop you rolling the sides when making quick cuts and assist in giving the shoe a unique aesthetic.

The sides rise up to support ankle and sides of the leg, but is low at the back to help putting the shoe on and taking it off and allowing a greater range of movement in the foot. The hyperposite sides help with the support and there is a pull tab on the back to make putting on and taking off the shoe even easier.

The upper is sturdy while still having a bit of wiggle room for the toes when moving around. This also helps with the breathability and helping to control the tempreture of the foot in the shoe, making the shoe more comfortable.

The sole is very special. It contains airbags, 5 in the front and one large in the back, that decrease the pressure on the foot with each step and make for a smoother ride. They also help by adding another unique point to the shoe to grab peoples attention.

Overall, this is a very comfortable pair of shoes and will really help to up your game. They are performance shoes with extreme comfort that are the currant ultimate in comfort performance wear.

Nike KD7 basketball shoe review

This is a quick moving, high jumping shoe. The cushioning is of such great quality that when you jump into the air it actually feels like the shoe is propelling you away from the ground and toward the hoop. The airbag is great and helps protect the heel of your foot while adding an attractive look to the shoe overall.

The upper is breathable mesh while the heel is hyperposite construction to lend a feeling of support and manoeuvrability. The Flywire helps to lockdown the shoe for a feeling of almost bonding the shoe to your foot and helping to create a good flow of energy between the foot and the floor.

The foot strap is great for keeping the laces under control and for holding the shoe close to the foot to help stop the loss of energy between foot and shoe. It also helps add another stunning visual point from a cosmetic point of view.

Overall, this is a great shoe for both speed and for lift off and should have great success on the court.