AND1 is making a comeback with the Attack Low — even though the brand never left.
While most brands focus on creating indoor basketball shoes, AND1 is still trying to make the best outdoor basketball shoe it can. Yes, the brand was sold to a company that put its products in Walmart isles across America. Yes, the brand lost its way. However, AND1 is trying to regroup and refocus on what it was once known for: Streetball.
Enter the AND1 Attack Low and it’s all-new Harmonix RX cushioning platform. This dual-density foam setup feels nice underfoot and I’m hoping it feels even nicer once you start running around in it. The outsole is thick and durable but feels like it can handle the hardwood too.
The materials used on the AND1 Attack Low aren’t the latest and greatest, but for what they are they should provide you with something durable and long-lasting. Another plus is that there is ventilation throughout, which is perfect for the blacktop.
Today, we’re giving you another detailed look at the AND1 Attack Low so we hope you enjoy. Stay tuned for the upcoming performance review from a few different members of the WearTesters staff. Let us know what you think about AND1’s latest model in the comments.