Jordan Brand outfitted freakishly athletic soon-to-be Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss for the first half of his NFL career, but aside from that magical 2007 season in New England, you could fairly convincingly aruge that his cut from JB’s roster was as shrewd a move as anything from Bill Belichick. The Jumpman switched focus to other gridiron stars like Jason Taylor and Dwight Freeney, and have found a bonafide star replacement for Moss in recent years thanks to the upward flight of Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson. So when we see a new trainer in the style of the Trunner series given the name Jordan RCVR, it’s natural to associate them with the Pro Bowl wideout. Two colorways of this new-for-2012 trainer await your click on the jump below; will you choose bred or black/white? via UC
With the Trunners, I'm fine as long as they're easy to slip on/off and still offer solid support. As long as it's something comfortable enough when I hit the iron, I'll take it. While we are on the subject, I personally don't like how the Alpha Trunner Max feels (Alpha Trunner was fine... although some say it lacked lateral support) despite nice aesthetics. A lot of cushioning, but they got in the way of feeling the floor with your feet when performing heavy core lifts.
read my mind...1 hit at the back & maybe on the tongue wouldve been enough....that side panel hit just kills the flow of the shoe for me...
The top pics look similar to Derrick Rose's kicks, especially from the sole.. How nice would it be if D Rose joined Jordan?? I think his shoe would outsell Melo's and the rest of the others..