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Discussion in 'Jordan Brand' started by str8up, Jan 25, 2019.
Got them dirty!
Imagine if they used mesh instead of leather on the upper.
Also, nice GoLo or Newport 3? Lol
Who said TTS? Who said standard 11 toe?
You a lie.
Who has a 10.5 and needs a 10?
Are you suggesting half size down is required in your situation?
I need at least half size up.
True to size for me, but I’m not the best with sizing. I have a narrow foot so every shoe to me fits the same, no matter the model.
2nd pair arrived today.
They are TTS for me. Very comfy. Going to use a whole can of Cret on these.
Just got my NDC pair. Nice in hand. The patent feels different than the regular 11 mids/lows. Or is it just me?
I completely agree. I’m not certain, but my guess is it has something to do with being water resistant.
Got my pair in today and I agree, thought the same thing.
Leather upper and the patent feels awesome imo, really impressed with the materials. Now just wish we didn’t have 2 feet of snow outside so I could get them some use out on the course!
Question: What is in Midsole? Phylon, Lunarion or React? It has Vapor Mid-oursole tooling and it has three different cushioning system. Wonder which one used for these.
My second round in these and my friend in his crispy 3’s ...
can anyone confirm the retail price on the shoe box label? (other than $220) TIA
Mine says $200 on them. But Nike sold them for $220
That would explain why the MSRP was already ripped off on my box, direct from Nike...
My early access pair was not ripped off, but the 2nd pair I got from NIKE had the MSRP removed.
Retail was $270 on nike.ca which is roughly $205 usd
No MSRP on box tag tho
Same exact situation here.
My release day pair from NDC.
Top is Nike + reserve pair. Bottom is Friday NDC release day.
I got my pair from NDC yesterday, pair from golf Galaxy ships today. Glad I got 2 different sizes, 10.5 and 11. 10.5 from NDC is very tight on my toes, so the size 11 from Golf Galaxy should fit perfectly. Size 10.5 going on StockX
Hard to show the difference in photos, but it’s MUCH softer.