Jordan Jumpman Hustle Review


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Facts & Figures:
List Price:
$109.99
Type:
Low Top
Release Date:
9/2018
Outdoor Rating:
50%
# of Reviews:
4
Traction
 
9.3
Cushion
 
8.9
Material
 
8.6
Support
 
7.8
Fit
 
9.0
very narrow
very wide
runs small
runs large

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PROS:

  • Great traction
  • Zoom Air & Phylon cuhioning

CONS:

  • Basic Mesh & Synthetic Materials

Summary of 4 Expert Reviews:

The most outstanding feature of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle is the thick and hard herringbone traction pattern that provides grip on all courts - even outdoors. The forefoot Zoom Air Unit feels bouncy and the Phylon midsole is soft and comfortable. The shroud on top of the lacing system gives the shoe a unique look but also feels very comfortable while staying low-to-the-ground. The only downside of the Jumpman Hustle is the slightly stretchy upper and narrow base that doesn't give as much lateral support as some players might need. Overall, this is a great all-around performer at a very fair price!
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Expert Reviews of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

8.8
The Sole Brothers
These are up there on the budget category. I would totally recommend the Jordan Jumpman Hustle, as they are one of the best performers of the year!
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8.8
RicheeKim
I think the Jordan Jumpman Hustle is a great performer, especially after you break-in the traction a little bit.
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8.6
NightWing2303 [weartesters.com]
The Jordan Jumpman Hustle is super comfortable, very lightweight and the shoe won’t break the bank. Traction and cushioning are great but support could be better.
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8.6
Stanley T. [weartesters.com]
Overall, the Jordan Jumpman Hustle was a delight to play in.

Traction of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

10.0
The Sole Brothers
The mostly translucent full-length herringbone traction pattern is really nice.
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9.0
RicheeKim
The traction started off a little disappointing but got much better over time.
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9.0
NightWing2303 [weartesters.com]
Simple herringbone traction works well but tends to clog up a little on dusty courts.
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9.0
Stanley T. [weartesters.com]
Traditional herringbone traction is used and sometimes it’s the simple things are what work best.

Cushion of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

9.0
The Sole Brothers
The cushioning is super low and very responsive with decent impact protection - I was impressed!
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8.5
RicheeKim
Provides a little bit of impact protection, bounce and a solid amount of court feel and responsiveness.
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9.0
NightWing2303 [weartesters.com]
Forefoot Zoom Air and a Phylon midsole feel springy in the forefoot and comfortable in the heel.
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9.0
Stanley T. [weartesters.com]
The comfortable cushioning worked very well for me as a heavy-footed big guy.

Materials of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

8.0
The Sole Brothers
The upper is thin, cozy, and feels premium.
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8.5
RicheeKim
I don't like the look of the synthetic shroud that covers the upper. The mesh material is nothing special, but performs well.
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9.0
NightWing2303 [weartesters.com]
I love the look and feel of the materials on-foot.
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9.0
Stanley T. [weartesters.com]
While the material combination is nice, I do wish there was a little bit more strength behind the materials/build.

Support of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

8.0
The Sole Brothers
The lockdown and containment are fantastic but there is no real outrigger and the base could be a little wider.
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9.0
RicheeKim
No heel slippage, no side-to-side movement, and good containment.
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7.0
NightWing2303 [weartesters.com]
Support is decent overall, but explosive lateral movements can be a bit problematic because of the stretchy upper material.
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7.0
Stanley T. [weartesters.com]
Support was good, not great, but good.

Fit of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

9.0
The Sole Brothers
Really nice, snug fit with no dead space.
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9.0
RicheeKim
Overall, the fit of the one-bootie upper was really nice
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9.0
NightWing2303 [weartesters.com]
Lockdown is great from a linear standpoint, but the lateral containment could have been a little stronger.
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9.0
Stanley T. [weartesters.com]
The Asia release model tested is built on a slightly wider last which worked well for my feet.

Width of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

slightly narrow
The Sole Brothers
The fit is rather narrow.
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regularly wide
RicheeKim
I am a slightly wide-footer and I did not have any problems.
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regularly wide
NightWing2303 [weartesters.com]
Wide-footer friendly if your feet aren't too wide in the forefoot.
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Size of the Jordan Jumpman Hustle:

true to size
The Sole Brothers
You want to go true to size.
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½ size large
RicheeKim
I went true to size but the shoe felt a little bit long.
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true to size
Stanley T. [weartesters.com]
True to size, even for a wide-footer like myself.
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