Jordans 2017, Introduced last month, Jordan Brand's new Super.Fly 2017 sneaker is set to be the ultimate tool for balanced footwork for professional and amateur basketball players alike. After debuting in a clean white and red colorway, the mid-top model is now visited by the classic "Infrared" colorway. Inspired by the Air Jordan 1 "Shattered Backboard," a shoe Michael Jordan wore during a 1985 exhibition game in Italy, this new version of the Air Jordan 1 is dressed in the original sail, starfish and black colorways of the sneaker, the only difference with this new version of the Air Jordan 1 dubbed the "Shattered Away" is the flip on the colorways of the shoe. Keeping the focus on the original "Shattered Backboard" AJ 1, Jordan Brand also unveils a new Air Jordan XXXI that finds inspiration from the original "Shattered Backboard" silhouette.
The New Jordans 2016 shoe looks great and taking colorways from popular Air Jordan Legacy models from the past is nothing new so there should be no surprise here. Materials on this pair look really nice as well with the heel and main upper being nubuck rather than a mix of nubuck and patent leather. Despite having translucent rubber in place, the traction on the Super.Fly 2017 has been fantastic. The pattern and rubber compound work really well together. React on the other hand. Performance-wise, Nike's new React foam cushion provides optimal cushioning and responsiveness, while a multidirectional traction pattern on the outsole pinpoints four critical pressure points to accommodate even the most athletic players. So the all-new Super.Fly 2017 from Jordan Brand, which is tricked out with something called Nike React technology, are ideal for wannabe ballers who think enhanced sneaker tech might actually help them move like Steph or Lebron or even MJ on the hardwood.
New Jordans 2018, The Jordan Super.Fly 2017 comes with the aforementioned Nike React cushioning, which is defined as the ultimate tool for the versatile basketball player and their requirement of balanced footwork. The Nike React Foam improves cushioning across every footfall regardless of what kind of movement you're doing on the court. Lateral cuts to the hoop or a full sprint to a breakaway dunk, you’ll be able to feel the difference with Nike React. Comfort and response are also key characteristics of the form-fitting, one-piece upper. Allowing for a natural fit, regardless of lace tightness, this method of construction supports multiple athlete preferences and harnesses explosiveness. Nods to Jordan DNA, through graphic hits that pay homage to the Air Jordan 4 and 11, complete the design.