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Discussion in 'Jordan Brand' started by SteveJobs, Dec 3, 2017.
NDC flash sale. BEST30 for 30% @checks mcgee
That’s a steal
Cheaper on finish line I think
Excluded now I guess but were $45
Same. No brainer. Welcome to the rotation.
Same here. Easy choice. Wanted the OKC home colorway also but that was the only one not discounted. Oh well... I'm happy to get the one at that price.
Rocket games this upcoming season.
lmaoo. Gonna be unwatchable.
These came in yesterday $66 shipped. Had a nice run today. Definitely staying in the rotation.
Can't get over the high cut, and the bulkiness. I want to try out the tech, too, but even the heel looks a little too "big" ?
They’re definitely not for everyone. I really like them, these and zoom Soldier 9 the most support/ stable shoe I’ve ever played in.
Great shoe, very poor outdoor durability. This is after about 8 uses, not kidding.
That's going to happen to that shoe, definitely wasn't made for outdoor courts in mind.
It is on feet/in person. I only copped the bhm colorway.
I've had other non-outdoor shoes that have lasted more than 8 uses, PG1's for example. Wish they offered them with a harder compound sole, the shoe is very cool.
Got the black/gold off that Finishline sale for $57 to play in, but I just can’t do it. Too much shoe for
You'll need to get the XDR version of this shoe that's usually sold in asian/China markets. Xdr rubber compound has better durability compare to what Nike pushes out to the states.
Still don't know why they don't offer the option outside of Asia
PG1s have sticky but also harder rubber for some reason, but i agree that the PGs will last longer. i wore the same PG for a whole season for my local basketball league. toward the end the nubs just started breaking apart, that's around 10 indoor games.
i think generally there just aren't that many indoor basketball courts used for basketball in asia, but mostly used for badminton or some other sport, and indoor courts aren't as accessible compared to the states. often times you'll have to book a court weeks in advance unless you lock down a semi annual schedule and pay in advance. so a lot of people, especially kids, would play outdoor since they always include an outdoor basketball court starting at the elementary level up to college level.
this is just what i've seen growing up in HK.
Bummer that 0.2s didn't work out for me. I really liked them aesthetically and the tech. Ended up selling my pair and doubling up on the 0.1s lows.
10 indoor games is nothing. My 8 uses were about 2 to 3 hour sprints each saturday.
I live in Mexico City and access to indoor courts is also virtually non existent, hell, access to any kind of BB courts, there's no much support for BB culture over here, though people like it a lot and play it a lot.
Any word on a release for the grey, teal, black colorway? I’m getting antsy. Lol
oh now he's gonna change it up with the hair and the new-wave headband tie