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A Glimpse at the Jordan Super.Fly 5 PO

Jordan Super.fly 5 PO

It was only a matter of time before we got a glimpse at the Jordan Super.Fly 5 PO. The Super.Fly 5 has only been out a few months but Jordan Brand seems ready to bring out the Playoff iteration of one of its latest performance shoes. JB signature athlete Blake Griffin has been balling out for the L.A. Clippers lately so it’s no surprise why he’s the core athlete for this model. Let’s see what he’s about to hit the hardwood in next.

Oh hey look, it’s the HyperRev 2016…or not. The midfoot strap is what makes me think of the Nike HyperRev 2016, however, the rest of the shoe has its own unique touches. According to the midsole, the forefoot features a Zoom Air unit for sure but we’re unsure as to what the rest of the cushioning will be yet. The upper features a mesh on the midfoot along with some synthetic material wrapped on top of the mesh overlaying around the heel. Generally, the PO model uses similar tooling to its predecessor but we’re not ready to make assumptions yet — especially with the lack of alternate views of the rest of the shoe.

The release date of this shoe is still TBD but you might see it during the All-Star Game, or even in the beginning of the second half of the season. Pricing is rumored to be $150 (but nothing is official until it’s official).

What do you think about the Super.Fly 5 PO? Do you see the HyperRev 2016 influence? Do you think the strap is a good idea? Let us know down in the comments. Make sure you keep it locked with the latest info and performance reviews on WearTesters.com.

For Duke4005’s performance review of the Jordan Super.Fly 5 click here.

Jordan Super.fly 5 PO

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  1. If they’ll release for $150 then it’s a definite pass. There are lots of better performance kicks for less than $150.

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