Nike Mens Kyrie Flytrap IV Basketball Shoe, White/Wolf Grey/University Red, 8
- The lightweight mesh upper comfortably conforms to your foot.
- The laces feed through crisscross webbing straps over the top of your foot. When you lace up, it tightens the webbing to hold your foot in place.
- The rubber outsole is formed with a multidirectional traction pattern to help you stay in control, whichever direction you’re moving.
- Rubber curves up the sides of the shoe to provide traction on your edges.
- The Zoom Air unit embedded under the forefoot compresses when you step down then springs back when you push off. It returns some of the energy you put in to help drive you down the court.
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