Nike Men's Air Max Infuriate Low Basketball Shoes

Nike Men's Air Max Infuriate Low Basketball Shoes is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Execute pinpoint stutter steps and swerve pass guards in the Nike® Air Max Infuriate basketball shoe. Engineered with a Max Air 180 Unit in the feel, the Air Max responds to lateral movements on the fly, while its Flywire cables utilize integrated webbing to reinforce containment. Synonymous with its name, an aggressive herringbone and multidirectional pattern on the outsole ensures consistent performance on indoor and outdoor surfaces.

FEATURES:

  • Max Air 180 Unit in heel to cushion impact
  • Flywire cables wrap the foot for lockdown support
  • High U-throat construction around the ankles improves motion
  • Internal ½ length mesh bootie attaches with the tongue for a seamless, sock-like fit
  • Phylon foam midsole offer cushioned support during hard landings
  • High-abrasion ink for a protection coating
  • Rubber outsole with herringbone pattern for traction
  • Brand: Nike
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terribly tight! At 50 years old I haven't had to try on Nike sneakers at the store before purchase. I get a size 12 and I'm in business. These shoes have a terrible design whereby there is no "give" across your foot. I wore them on a trip and had to get a pair of scissors to cut the plastic beneath the shoe laces to make them bearable. Even after making this modification they're still painful if I wear them for long. This is more than I usually spend and now I'm stuck with a bad pair of shoes.
Date published: 2017-03-15
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