April 10, 2012 BY John Kim / 16
Though the name denotes something out of the 80’s, the Jordan Super Fly is actually a brand new design from the Jordan Brand performance basketball design squad. With a unique midsole design that takes on the personality of the Air Jordan 2012, the Super Fly features a no-sew one-piece upper shell fortified by a lightweight and breathable Hyperfuse-like material, with a light-weight Torch-lined tongue that provides an advantage in both comfort and aesthetic. Other interesting details is the exterior heel-counter and the elongated tear-drop shaped vents on the upper. Are these ‘Super Fly’ for you? They sure have no real bearing with the original ‘Super Freak’ turn trainer shoe (later Retroed as the Cover 3). Expect these to hit stores in late June, so take a look below and let us know what you think. Photos: taobao
Jordan Super Fly
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What's the cushioning profile? That might be something we'd want to know about a performance shoe!!?
exactly what i was thinking,logo looks alot better on the heeltab,its not a swoosh,they keep putting it on the side pannel