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Jordan Melo M13

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7.5
The materials look good and feel comfortable
based on 2 expert reviews
based on 2 expert reviews

Best Suitable For:

Stationary post up players will like the comfortable cushioning

Price Comparison:

Available at 1 shop | Official Retail Price: $134.99
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Category Performance Ratings:

Traction
5.0
Cushion
8.5
Materials
8.0
Support
7.0
Fit
9.0
Outdoor
25%

Facts & Figures:

Type:
Mid Top
Release Date:
2/2017
Weight:
light
heavy
Sizing:
small
large
Width:
narrow
wide
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Jordan Melo M13 Review

Pros:
Responsive cushioning
Nice materials
Cons:
Bad traction

Performance of the Jordan Melo M13:

The 13th edition of the Melo signature line is a big disappointment. While the materials look good and feel comfortable and cushioning is responsive, other components of this shoe are not able to convince. The traction pattern works only on pristine courts, otherwise, you will be sliding all over the place. The soft mesh material doesn't contain your feet very well, and the absence of a heel counter leads to a lot of heel slippage. If you are a dynamic basketball player, then the M13 won't work for you. Stationary post up players might like the comfortable cushioning, but overall, there are much better basketball shoes on the market.
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Reviews of the Jordan Melo M13:

The 7.5 average overall rating ranks #176 of 183 shoes overall
8.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
I didn't like the Melo M13. As a guard, don't get these! The cushioning and the materials are good, but the traction was a dealbreaker for me.
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7.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Nice try, but not quite. Felled by traction and support, the Melo M13 had potential.

Traction of the Jordan Melo M13:

The 5.0 average traction rating ranks #183 of 183 shoes overall
5.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
The traction sucks! I was sliding all over the place.
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5.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
How do I say this? Oh, I know: not good.

Cushion of the Jordan Melo M13:

The 8.5 average cushion rating ranks #105 of 183 shoes overall
8.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
The cushioning in the forefoot is bouncy and responsive, impact protection is decent.
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9.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Well cushioned, responsive and a lot of impact protection.

Materials of the Jordan Melo M13:

The 8.0 average materials rating ranks #142 of 183 shoes overall
9.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Soft mesh material is comfortable and good-looking.
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7.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Mesh feels great and comfortable but Kurim overlay seems useless.

Support of the Jordan Melo M13:

The 7.0 average support rating ranks #177 of 183 shoes overall
9.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Materials are very supportive, but there were problems with heel slippage.
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5.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
No heel counter, no forefoot containment, which means my foot was all over the place inside the shoe while cutting and stopping.

Fit of the Jordan Melo M13:

The 9.0 average fit rating ranks #36 of 183 shoes overall
9.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
A tad wide but otherwise the fit was nice.
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9.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Once laced solid, there is no heel slip or midfoot movement to really complain about.

Is Outdoor Use recommended?

The 25.0% average outdoor rating ranks #126 of 183 shoes overall
fair
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
The rubber is pretty hard so you should be okay outdoors.
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no
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
I wouldn’t recommend using the Melo M13 outdoors for very long.

Width of the Jordan Melo M13:

slightly wide
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Normal to a tad wide.
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regularly wide
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
There is very little dead space in the toebox.

Size of the Jordan Melo M13:

true to size
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Go true to size.
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true to size
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Sizing is dead on

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