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Traction 00:52- 9.5
Cushion 2:37- 10
Material 5:49- 8.5
Fit 5:49- 9
Ventilation 10:10- 7.5
Overall score 8.9/10
Pros- The solid rubber outsole was a great improvement from the Air Jordan 2011’s ‘green’ translucent outsole. Providing better grip on the court and remained durable throughout the testing phase. Cushion is great, especially if you are a fan of Zoom Air. Larger players may want to consider the Jordan 2011 A Flight. Materials are top notch. Genuine leather featured on the heel and toe (some models have patent leather or nubuck) while the Jordan Brand specific Fuse tech proved to be much more comfortable than any performance model featuring Fuse. Lock-down was also great, allowing a quick player to stay agile and change directions rapidly and effortlessly. Price, coming in at no more than $120 you get more bang for your buck in the Jordan 2011 Q Flight than other shoes within the same category.
Cons- Ventilation, while improved from the Jordan 2011, still was compromised to a degree due to the inner boot. Heel slip, if not laced to the second eyelet is a possibility. Heel notches would have been a welcomed addition yet the inner sleeve prevented that option to be made available.
These shoes also run true to size.
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