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Jordan Aero Flight


The Jordan Aero Flight will be introduced to the on-court world for those of you who wish to have lightweight performance.

Retail will be $120 and at this time not much is known other than these seems to utilize a mixture of materials ranging from Fuse to Flywire & even patent leather. Traction looks solid and cushion has yet to be revealed… I’m going to guess full length Air hides within the midsole but without it being visible it’s anyone guess.

Do these look intriguing to you or is the Jordan Super Fly the only on-court Jordan Team model you are interested in?

  1. these look like nice performers, i hope it’s full length air. i don’t really like patent leather on my hoops shoes that much, but these would be welcome here instead of the materail used on the superfly which was uncomfy on the toebox for me.

  2. that herringbone traction and the ones in the outriggers looks like its gonna be amazing on-court……. just a though but,, players also peek at how it looks like visually… so these look like beasts 😀

  3. Meh. Like the Super Fly, these look like another model that will lend itself to being done in every color imaginable, but be underdeveloped comfort (and therefore performance) – wise. Still hoping for a review of the Adidas Top Ten 2000:) Plus you may want to have a look at the flagship model for The Athletic Propulsion Labs, they just released the Concept 2, you may remember their Concept 1 was banned by the NBA. Apparently they have some sort of system in the sole that beats the competition in terms of responsiveness (though not so much fluidity – more feel oriented), and even enhances your vertical.

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