Originally Posted by jdfrenchbread23
It gets so much better than roshes. Branch out fam
Although you are absolutely correct, I have every model from Air Jordan 1-23 in almost every OG colorway and numerous retro plus. As I'm pretty sure that the Air Jordan 2009 till the current Air Jordan 29's stepped up big time in comfort and I not interested in most of those models with the exception to 28 and 29's. I know people knock roshes due the so called "cheap" retail price, but I believe otherwise.
If we talk about Lebron's, Durant's & Kobe's & others outside Nike, I definitely need to branch out to them. At the same time, I find it more difficult than ever to keep up with shoes because Nike releases new shoes every week. Nike flood the market with releases and I pick and choose these days (unfortunately those get left out
I also have air maxes 95's (my favorite air maxes series) and roshes are right there with comfort. I still give them the slight edge due to the weight of the shoe. I beat a few of them till the soles were falling off.
I also have foamposite ones and pros (16 of them combined from 2007 till current) and not one of them are as comfortable as roshes. One thing I learn about foams is you have break them in for them to be comfortable. They are heavy as well.
As much as I like the Air Jordan 1 (1994's, 2001's, Banned's, 2013-2015 OG retro series, mids, lows, KO's - proverty kicks for some
), they are still not as comfortable as roshes in my opinion.
As for Jordan's that I have are comparable are the Futures (only have the black/infrared 23 pair which I rocked today). Air Jordan 12 retro (2003-2004's) are very comfortable. As for the OG counterpart, although better quality, they are extremely heavy.
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