Read a performance review on adidas adiZero Rose 1.5 shoes! The adidas adiZero Rose 1.5 basketball shoe features a synthetic and textile upper with SPRINTSKIN mesh for optimal weight reduction. Molded EVA decoupled midsole allows for maximum torsion flex during lateral movement. Innovative one-piece external heel counter and torsion plate chassis with added carbon nanotubes offers increased fit and stiffness at a well reduced weight. Non-marking rubber outsole with Cilia” herringbone provides multi directional traction. Wt. 13.2 oz.
PostedApril 16, 2011
I purchased this product for:myself
I purchased this product:less than a month ago
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:competitive
This product is primarily used/worn for:participating in a sport
An amzingly light supportive shoe Makes the hyperdunks look stupid A shoe truely worthy of DROSE Ze end of my NIKE wearing era Intimidating look No problems what so ever Go get some water cuz these kicks are on fire!!!!
Pros: breaks in easy, doesn't crease, breathable, beast
The ASO EVO Ankle Stabilizer features a stirrup strap that captures the heel to help restrict ankle motion. Stabilizing strap forms a figure-eight to help protect and support ankle. Dynamic cuff protects against high ankle sprains. Low profile, will fit in any type of shoe. Bilateral design fits the left or right foot. Ballistic nylon boot provides tremendous strength and durability. Each ankle brace is sold separately.
The Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2011 is designed for the athlete that demands style, durability, breathability and responsiveness all in a revolutionary, lightweight basketball shoe. Nike's Hyperfuse technology combines lightweight breathability and durability with a more efficient manner. Lightweight Phylon™ midsole provides impact protection and comfort coupled with forefoot Nike Zoom™ unit for low to the ground responsiveness. Solid rubber outsole with herringbone traction pattern offers the ultimate in on-court traction. Wt. 12.4 oz.
I wear a size 17 it says to go .5 bigger. But you dont have 17.5, should i go with an 18 or just go 17 with a tight fit?
5 years, 7 months ago
Jordan AJF 4 - Men's
The Jordan AJF 4 Laser is a unique combination of the popular and highly sought-after Air Jordan Retro 4 "Laser" and the sole of the famous Air Force 1. It features a leather and synthetic upper with laser-printed details throughout, which sits on top of a Phylon™ midsole for cushioning and an Air Force 1 rubber sole. Wt. 17.4 oz.
Click here to read an in-depth review of this item on our blog! In celebration of the Jordan brand's 25th Anniversary, MJ has collaborated with shoe designers Tinker Hatfield and Mark Smith to create the newest addition to the Air Jordan collection: the Air Jordan 2010. According to MJ, "The Air Jordan 2010 marks the future of the Jordan Brand and proves there are no limits to what this Brand is capable of doing." The Air Jordan 2010 proves his point by not only paying homage to the brand's heritage, but also passing on the legacy to other Team Jordan athletes like Dwyane Wade, who will be the first to debut the 2010. Taking Jordan's "ability to see through his opponents" literally, Hatfield and Smith created the brand's first see-through basketball shoe, featuring a unique, transparent, perforated TPU window in the side. The 2010 isn't without plenty of high-performance features, either. The flexible leather and synthetic no-sew upper offers a more anatomical fit so players can sprint faster, with perforations that are engineered to be both breathable and responsive while representing the iconic style of an Air Jordan. Modern players need to be faster at every position, and the AJ 2010 is built for speed with its lightweight performance design and lower profile for a more responsive shoe in tune with today's hyper-athletic players. Air Jordans have always reflected MJ's desire for a clean toe and natural movement, and the 2010 takes it a step further with basketball's first-ever unobstructed independent forefoot cover. The 2010's transparent signature window provides a sculpted fit and also reveals a hint of MJ's beloved Carolina Blue on the cushioned sockliner. The asymmetrical collar height provides better ankle support and also contains a separately molded, stitched-in unit that wraps around the ankle for a better fit. The mesh underlay beneath the forefoot cover lets toes move freely and breathe like never before, while the full-length Phylon™ midsole with Zoom Air™ units stacked in the heel adds a crucial layer of impact protection, borrowing from low-profile running shoe cushioning for better court feel. A little something extra was added to the midsole – a graphic that contains a special hidden message from MJ for those who are true to the game. The AJ 2010 is rounded off with a thinner rubber sole for an incredibly responsive ride, with certain colors featuring a clear sole to reveal the Zoom Air™ cushioning at the heart of the shoe. And just when you think it can't get any better, the Air Jordan 2010 continues Jordan's breakthrough in sustainability efforts by using a Considered Design, which avoids the use of harmful toxins and uses environmentally friendly materials. Wt. 16.8 oz.