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Discussion in 'Sneaker Reviews' started by korean krossover, Feb 26, 2009.
How do these stack up on the court? any input would be appreciated thanks
are they even made for the court??
thought they were for 'street-wear'...
for 'street-wear', i say they aint stacking up for it. cause of poor quality and my heel-drag...
Well, the NBA players seems to dig them.
I though they were great hoopin' shoes.
there good. sported them once and did fine. i was hittin.
Ya but don't they have custom pairs that are made nicer with better quality? Or is that not true
They're great IMO. Bought them for my basketball team I made in a league and they've been great so far.
they seem bulky and heavy
not good imo
Apparently they are great. great traction from that sole....
doesnt this belong in the sneaker review thread?
probly does belong in sneak review but i think they look heavy dont know though grs are probly heavy though
they feel like the jordan 13 when i balled with them.
Well....they perform exactly like Jordan 13s.
I've always wondered this about PEs. I get this weird feeling that they wouldn't give pro athletes the same garbage they give us, to go on TV and ball in. I've also went as far to wonder if Michael's Jays were built a little better than GR. I don't ever remember his concords startingto crease in the 4th quarter.
not a fan of the six rings
+1 It would make perfect sense that Nike would provide their players with a better version then the standard general release, more durable, etc. I know theyare already custom fitted, but I have always wondered about the actual materials used for the specific pairs the NBA players get.
They feel great if you have narrow feet.
Hate to break it to you but they're made the same.
there ok nothing special.
ok 6 rings or hyperdunks?
The Hyperdunk would be the better performer out of those two. But the 6 Rings arent as bad as people say they are.
They can't be that bad right? They should feel like the XI and XIII put together, and neither one of those are bad.