- Nike Air Duncan Max II
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- Double-lasted synthetic leather upper with integrated ankle strap, poured polyurethane quarter panels, half-length neoprene innersleeve. Phylon™ midsole with heel Max Air-Sole® unit.
- Nike Delta Force 3/4
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- Nike delta force 3/4 mid-cut basketball shoes.
- Nike Air Huarache 2K4
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- Based on the legendary Huarache concept, the Nike Zoom Huarache 2K4 is a super light, high performance shoe, even lighter than the Ultraflight. The Huarache 2K4 is well balanced shoe and now comes with a velcro strap to improve its overall ankle support. If you are a fan of the classic Huaraches, you'll love the newest addition to the family, the Zoom Huarache 2K4.
- Nike Shox Vince Carter 3
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- Nike has outdone themselves again by creating the Shox VC III with a sublime melding of comfort and technology. Not your average basketball shoes, we recommend them for all lovers and players of the game-whether you need the over the top stability for quick turns or the super glue traction to stand your ground while you make them bleed, the Shox VC III is the ultimate in performance.
- Nike Air Zoom UltraFlight
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When Nike Released the 'Air Zoom Ultra Flight' hoop shoe, they clearly shouted the message "Don't mess with the best!" Nike have clearly been the dominant factory for basketball trainers in the past decade, and my personal choice for the past two years. Lucozade use the slogan "Your sport, Our Science" but Nike truly is throwing in some science, sport and technology with this new shoe. This shoe was released over a year ago and yet, no other trainer provides a better combination of comfort, fit, cushioning and traction as the ultra flight. The term "the trainer doesn't make the player" is owe so commonly used, but I think in this case the shoe could actually define you as a player if not make you a better player. The word Bold springs to mind in more ways than one. The look of the air zoom ultra flight is one of the key values of this shoe.
With the Air Jordan shoe range the technology is the main emphasis, that I think they completely forget to design the look for the 21st century. The Air Jordan trainers seem to all look as if they were still Mj's first trainer back in the 80's. (No disrespect to the legend as I idolize the player, just not the shoe.) The Nike design team has managed to create a beautiful sleek look like a Porsche 911, and have the handles like one too! The entire heel and most of the lower portion of the outer is made of a translucent, thermo.9 oz at a men's size 11 (us). And as far as clunky ness goes, this shoe adapts to your natural motions from your feet. This makes u aware that the shoes is there and giving that sense of security and protection whilst causing no discomfort or interruptions to your game. Last but not least, the traction created from the sole. Unlike most trainers the sole of this shoe doesn't have a continuous pattern, yet different grain and grips in certain areas were used best. the heel area has a mirrored version of the forefoot's grip completely missing out the ache of your foot. were the sole is raise half an inch at the bridge, stopping and strain or pressure being released on it which tends to be a big detraction in peoples game and sometimes even causing injury. The sole is almost squared on the outer side of the foot , never allowing the trainer to roll over and sprain ankles which in any sport is a good thing. The inner toe (biggest toe) also has a different design of grip, I found this helps when making quick cuts to the basket and allowing you to change pace quicker in those fast plays. This trainer also comes in some vary nice colourways to fit in with any kit you choose to wear. So to conclude this review, I have not got one flaw, nor quirk or bad comment. This trainer seems perfect in everyway. I just wouldn't waist this trainer on a heavy centre it would suit a nimble guard, and someone who is going to use the full potential of the shoe to its full extent. Speed, Grace, comfort, control and elegance all in one shoes.
- Nike Air Zoom Generation Lebron James
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A solid shoe with top of the line comfort and impact protection, this Air Zoom Generation designed for LeBron James will go from the hard core play to high fashion.
Like your favorite t-shirt, this shoe goes everywhere in comfort and style. The Air Zoom Generation LeBron James edition is one of the lightest, most comfortable all-around basketball shoes on the market today with its great venting, and solid construction modeled after LeBron's Hummer H2. Great for anyone concerned with comfort and moisture wicking who favors the retro styles!
- Nike Shox Supremacy
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I bought the Nike Shox Supremacy several months ago. To tell the truth, I didn't know too much about the shoe but bought it because so many people raved about it and also because so many NBA players wore the shoe. I think the best standard colors for the Supremacy is the white/blue or the white/black. I ended up buying the white/black. I find the black/red ones disgusting.
The first thing I noticed about this shoe, and I'm sure all the other fellas who bought this shoe, was how comfortable it is. The cushion system is incredible. The shoe fit perfectly. But it might have been because I have narrow feet, thus players with wide or big feet might not find the Supremacy to fit perfectly.
The next thing I noticed was how light it was. It was the lightest shoe that I have ever put my foot into. When I played in the Supremacy I felt like i was free to do whatever I wanted. None of my motions were ever restricted by the shoe. I felt like I wasn't wearing anything.
People might complain that there is little protection for the ankle, but that is the beauty of the shoe. The laces don't go all the way up, and the monkeypaw protection is gone, allowing you to do anything you want to on the court. It is almost like wearing a running shoe. The Supremacy lost all the unneccessary parts. The Shox are obviously still there and still absorbs much shock. A minor annoyance of the shoe is that it creases farely well and easily. But that is irrelevant if you are a serious player and looks means little to you and performance is everything.
I believe that the Supremacy is solely and indoor hoops shoe. I think that the possibility of hurting your ankles are greater on outside courts than inside a gym. I do not recommend the shoe for outside wear. However it is incredible inside.
With its reasonnable low price of $100, and in some stores even under $80 now, the Nike Shox Supremacy is the best Shox yet. I strongly recomment it if your game consists of constant movement and slashing. If aggressive defines your game, this shoe is definitely for you. Also, you should not be big, heavy, or clumsy. If you constantly hurt your ankles, think twice before purchasing. All in all, thisshoe is for you if your active, highly mobile, not big, and you seek the most performance for your money.
- Nike Shox Stunner
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- This is the future of high.7 oz.
- Nike Air Max Invincible
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You're a true player, a serious baller in every sense of the word. You want a sleek, clean modern shoe with maximum cushioning and on.6 oz.
Integrated strapping system: Adjustable strap for midfoot support
Sculpted PU midsole: Durable polyurethane offers a measure of cushioning and stability
Solid rubber outsole: With herringbone outsole designed for superior traction
- Nike Shox VC II
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Power and grace. Vince Carter. He's amazing. The Toronto Raptors' star is the inspiration for the Nike Shox VC II, truly high years developing the Nike Shox cushioning technology. It's designed to propel the game's best players - like Vince - to the highest level of explosiveness, responsiveness and quickness. This is more than a shoe. It's high-flying hoop system, with innovative full-length Nike Shox.Full-grain/synthetic leather upper: Great fit, ultra-rich feel, and its durable, with a synthetic rand for stability, a one-piece tongue for comfort, and hidden speed lacing system for a custom fit. Internalized medial-side anti-inversion: It's a fancy way to say this stability structure will keep you where you belong . on top. Full-length Phylon midsole It's tough, it's durable, it's non- yellowing, lightweight and isn't susceptible to attack by water or microbials, plus it's got an exposed injected heel support counter for stability.