Jordan Clutch Sneaker Review

The Jordan Clutch are basketball sneakers that are versatile enough to wear off the court.

Crafted with a leather and nubuck upper they are manufactured for premium comfort. For those not familiar with nubuck leather it is top-grain cattle leather that has been sanded or buffed on the grain side, or outside, to give a slight nap of short protein fibers, producing a velvet-like surface. It is resistant to wear, and may be white or coloured.

The rest of the shoe includes an injected Phylon midsole keeps every step cushioned and comfortable. Enhanced with the revolutionary Air Sole unit to the heel for maximum impact protection, a rubber outsole delivers durable multi-surface traction, optimised with a moulded heel counter for added stability. Finished with the iconic Jumpman to the heel.

FEATURES:

Leather and nubuck for a premium look and feel.
Molded heel counter for stability.
Low-top design for natural range of motion.
Injected Phylon (IP) for durability and a cushioned ride.
Visible Air-Sole unit in the heel for lightweight cushioning.
Full rubber for durable traction.

Testimonials:

Best shoe I’ve bought in a long time. Great for walking,running and playing basketball. Easy to keep clean and look good with anything you wear.

Better than I expected. Very comfortable, very soft.

Pros: breaks in easy, breathable, cool colors, comfortable, stylish, good traction, runs true to size, lightweight

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If you haven’t owned Jordan’s and want to try them out as a more causal sneaker these are the pair for you. They come in various colours but the black and while combination work well for almost any attire.  I bought mine for around $100 from Amazon.  Please click here to purchase!

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