Air Jordan Super.Fly 4 Wear Test
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The other day I received an email from the good people over at Jordan brand promoting the upcoming release of the Air Jordan Super.Fly 4. Best part of the email was the invite for a wear test to try the shoe out and dish out my thoughts and dimes. I was pumped.
The moment I walked into the conference room the first thing I noticed were the twelve black and red backpacks with name tags, of course I went looking for my goods. Grabbed my bag, headed to the locker room, laced up, & it was time for buckets. After the hosts went over the specs and overview of the shoe, they just turned up the music split the teams up and it was time to run.
Overall there were multiple specs of the shoe that really grabbed my attention. The full length flight speed technology that runs throughout the entire bottom of the shoe maximized the responsiveness with every movement I made. Which allowed me to move freely and comfortably throughout the game. Also the J Zoom Air Unit which is once again on the sole of the shoe which provided a responsive cushion for the forefoot. All in all the Super.Fly 4 is a great shoe whether you lock down the paint or run the perimeter. Jordan brand wanted to create a versatile product, and that they did.
Although the Super.Fly 4’s aren’t on the shelves quite yet, mark your calendars for a release date of August 5, 2015. Check the images below from the wear test.
Shout out to Jordan brand and the hosts’ of the evening for the great experience.