The Jordan Ultra Fly 3 ditched the shroud and went with a low top build.
It’s no secret that a lot of sneakers release overseas prior to hitting shelves in the U.S. Like many that have come before it, the Jordan Ultra Fly 3 Low has made its way to retailers.
Removing the shroud that made the mid top version unique, the Ultra Fly 3 Low sports an engineered mesh build with Fuse overlays in high-wear areas. Instead of where the shroud would be on the upper, there appears to be what looks like a rubber tooth for lateral support at the forefoot, but this may cause issues for those with wider feet.
The tooling is identical to the original with its herringbone traction and forefoot Zoom Air cushioning.
We don’t have any plans to test and review the Jordan Ultra Fly 3 in either rendition but if you’ve played in a pair, feel free to share your experiences in the shoe below in the comment section.
Once the Ultra Fly 3 Low makes its way Stateside, we’ll make sure to update you.
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