Sneakerheads, if you don’t know who Luka Doncic is by now, you will very soon. The now 22-year-old Slovenian phenom was drafted third overall by the Dallas Mavericks in the 2018 NBA draft and has been turning heads with his outrageous skills on the court. Off the court, he’s been catching attention too – some time ago he debuted a brand new pair of performance shoes from the swoosh brand- the Jordan Zoom Separate Zoom Air. Needless to say, they’re pretty epic. If you’re looking to ball like Luka, or just want some fresh sneakers to add to your rotation, then you’ll definitely want to get your hands on a pair of these bad boys. I came across a pair of the Zoom Air Separate a few days ago and I was pleased with its aesthetic. Oftentimes, folks want to jeer at non retro Jordan sneakers but this pair has what it takes to become a fan favorite. Here’s a quick look at it, see video below
Introducing The Jordan Separate Zoom Air
Zoom Air Jordan Separate Performance Review
The shoe was named after Luka Doncic’s ability to create space on the floor with his deadly step back move. It features a multi layered textile upper made up of knit materials, mesh, fuse overlays and neoprene. The easy to wear sneaker has an appealing aesthetic and is comfortable for all-day wear. The midsole is where the magic is. According to Nike, 2 different types of foam in the midsole are fused together and designed to give you an optimal mix of cushioning depending on where your foot needs it. Here’s a quick evaluation of the shoe based on data collected from various reviews.
Standard benefits: courtesy of Nike
A Zoom Air unit is positioned under the forefoot for responsiveness.
A fit band works with the laces to help keep your foot stable and secure during cuts.
The 1-piece tongue is built into the supportive wing along the side to comfortably lock your foot in.
2 different types of foam in the midsole are fused together. Engineered to give the wearer maximum cushioning.
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The shoe’s overall grade on its attributes is about 87.86%% which is good. Anything 80% or above is good when it comes to basketball sneakers . It’s extremely hard to find a sneaker whose attribute are equally distributed.
What people who bought the Jordan Separate Air Are Saying?
Out of 19 people that bought the shoes, 10 gave it a 5 star rating, that is 52.63%. 8 out of 19 , that is 42.11 % gave it a four star rating and only 1 person gave it a 1 star rating, that is 5.26%. So we can conclude that the majority of buyers were very satisfied with their purchase. The overall rating is 4.4 out of 5, that is 88% which is consistent with the 87.86% we obtained from the attributes’ score.
Out of 16 people that bought the shoes, 62.5% reported it as very comfortable while 37.5% reported it as comfortable.
Out of 16 people who purchase, 11 reported that they were very durable while 5 reported that they were durable and no one had anything negative to say in this area.
While the Jordan Separate Zoom air provides excellent cushioning, there are a few disadvantages that have been noted. Firstly, The outsole was prone to picking up dust and debris, which could then be transferred to the floor, creating a slip hazard. Secondly, some users have found that the heel cushioning is insufficient, leading to discomfort during extended wear. Finally, rear support issues have also been reported by some wearers.
Overall, the Jordan Separate Zoom air is a great shoe for those looking for excellent cushioning, comfort and durability. However, those with specific needs ( heel strikers) may want to keep these disadvantages in mind before making a purchase. I’ll recommend the Zoom KD 14 for those looking for other options.
Where To buy
Color: White/ Black / Red
You can also purchase it on eBay, CLICK HERE
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