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Brandblack Black Hawk – Available Now

Brandblack now has a shoe with the outdoor player in mind. The shoe features Multilon (cushion), a TPU shank, an Aeroframe and a multi-directional lug pattern outsole. It is available now for $100 in 4 colorways. If you are looking for a new brand with awesome quality, Brandblack has you covered. Read more about the Black Hawk here.




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  1. Yup, just ordered mine, might try to do a review,
    since not many company made performance shoes down to size 6, which is my size , and Brand Black does that, so I already root for them.

  2. I’ve got a good feeling about this shoe. Outdoor hoops season in my neck of the woods. Might have to give these a go

  3. as much as I’m beginning to get bored with fuse-type technology, I think I’m going to cop these just because I like the design and inner pillows. not really into EVA anymore and felt that they could have been improved or atleast have better insoles. hopefully I could put a thin lunarlon or air unit insole on them.

  4. I actually found a random pair of these at Ross today. They were only $24.99. Couldn’t pass that up even if they DO look a bit like Crocs. I got the teal and black colorway.

  5. Hsuperman_18 says the cushioning is Multilon but, Finshline says Jeleton. Has anyone played in this model? I missed out the 1st Crossovers so I’d like to get a pair of these.

    1. the highlight of these shoes is the ankle padding,
      and the outsole is tough as hell.
      cushion is ok, feel a little on the thick side, so not much of the count feel.
      they run a bit large, but if you wear the elite socks form nike that is somehow thick, the problem doesn’t bother much.

  6. I got mine from my brother when they went to NY. We had a game and tried the shoes. Man! it’s the lightest shoes I’ve ever use on the court. My feet feels secure and minimizes the risk of having a sprained ankle. The traction is very good but I hope the sole will last longer.

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