When it comes to traction, reviewers were split on their opinion of how consistent the shoe performed. It played well enough on indoor courts, but it wasn't spectacular.
Cushioning on the One Take 2 is stiff and a bit too high off the ground for a guard shoe. However, the top-loaded Zoom unit in the forefoot does provide a little bit of extra bounce.
Fit is the most consistent aspect of the shoe. Going true to size caused no issues.
The materials are not the best quality, but they do a decent job in terms of performance. They're lightweight and breathable.
Although the Jordan One Take 2 is not as good of a performer as its predecessor, it's still a decent shoe considering the price of just $100.
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