Jordan One Take 5

Released 1/2024, Low Top, Russell Westbrook, 
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7.4
EXPERT RATING
5 reviews
NA
USER RATING
0 ratings
The Jordan One Take 5 has excellent torsional support and stability, but the shoe is stiff.

Best Suitable For:

The Jordan One Take 5 is best for players who play around the hoop.

Price Comparison:

Available at 6 shops | Official Retail Price: $99.99
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Category Performance Ratings:

Expert Ratings (5)
User Ratings (0)
Traction
7.8
Cushion
7.4
Materials
7.2
Support
7.6
Fit
7.3
Outdoor
33%

Weight & Sizing:

Weight:
NA
Sizing:
small
large
Width:
narrow
wide

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Jordan One Take 5 Review

Pros:
Comfortable padding
Decent traction
Cons:
A stiff shank plate limits mobility
Cushioning feels basic

Performance of the Jordan One Take 5:

The Jordan One Take 5 feels more like a skateboarding shoe. The traction is decent, particularly on clean courts. Dust accumulates quickly, though. There's a forefoot Zoom unit, but the Phylon makes the cushioning feel stiff. However, the responsiveness is decent. The materials are decent. There's plenty of structure and reinforcement. All reviewers mention the shoe is stiff due to the midfoot shank plant. The torsional support and stability are impressive if that's what you're looking for, though. Impressive stability and torsional support make the Jordan One Take 5 an average performer.
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Expert Reviews of the Jordan One Take 5:

Expert Rating: 7.4 (ranks #293 of 303)
10 - Amazing
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9 - Great
0
8 - Good
3
7 - Average
2
6 - Subpar
0
5 - Poor
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8.0
February 18, 2024
The Jordan One Take 5 is tremendous around the hoop, but the breathability is not good. The shoe is stable with solid traction.
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7.6
February 18, 2024
The Jordan One Take 5 is not bad, but better options are available. The shoe's performance features feel basic.
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7.6
February 18, 2024
The Jordan One Take 5 is a solid performer for the price. The traction and materials are decent, but the fit is an issue for wider feet.
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7.0
The Jordon One Take 5 is a niche performance model. The shank plate makes the shoe too restrictive for most players. Traction is the shoe's best feature.
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7.0
February 18, 2024
I'm not a fan of the Jordan One Take 5. I wouldn't recommend this shoe because the performance is below standard.
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User Reviews of the Jordan One Take 5:

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Traction of the Jordan One Take 5:

Expert Traction Rating: 7.8 (ranks #248 of 303)
User Traction Rating: NA 
10 - Amazing
0
9 - Great
0
8 - Good
4
7 - Average
1
6 - Subpar
0
5 - Poor
0
8.0
February 18, 2024
The traction feels stable and provides a solid grip.
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8.0
February 18, 2024
The traction is decent.
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8.0
February 18, 2024
The traction feels good. I had zero issues playing on clean and dusty courts.
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8.0
The herringbone traction pattern is a highlight.
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7.0
February 18, 2024
The traction is decent, but it picks up a lot of dust.
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Cushion of the Jordan One Take 5:

Expert Cushion Rating: 7.4 (ranks #271 of 303)
User Cushion Rating: NA 
10 - Amazing
0
9 - Great
0
8 - Good
2
7 - Average
3
6 - Subpar
0
5 - Poor
0
8.0
February 18, 2024
The midsole is bizarre. The Phylon is dense, but the forefoot feels bouncy. It will take time to break in.
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7.0
February 18, 2024
The cushioning feels stiff despite the top-loaded Zoom Air unit.
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7.0
February 18, 2024
I don't like the cushioning. The foam feels stiff, but the Zoom Air unit feels okay.
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7.0
The cushioning uses a basic setup, but it feels nice.
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8.0
February 18, 2024
The cushioning felt okay. I couldn't feel the Zoom unit. The responsiveness is decent.
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Materials of the Jordan One Take 5:

Expert Materials Rating: 7.2 (ranks #291 of 303)
User Materials Rating: NA 
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2
7 - Average
2
6 - Subpar
1
5 - Poor
0
8.0
February 18, 2024
The shoe is well-padded, and the upper is reinforced nicely. The breathability takes a hit because of the structure, though.
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7.0
February 18, 2024
The weight increased, and the material choice felt basic.
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8.0
February 18, 2024
There are a lot of different materials on the shoe. I have no complaints performance-wise.
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6.0
The material usage is not premium. Jordan Brand does use different types of materials, which is welcome.
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7.0
February 18, 2024
The padding is comfortable but excessive. There's not much breathability, but the material usage is decent.
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Support of the Jordan One Take 5:

Expert Support Rating: 7.6 (ranks #273 of 303)
User Support Rating: NA 
10 - Amazing
0
9 - Great
1
8 - Good
2
7 - Average
1
6 - Subpar
1
5 - Poor
0
9.0
February 18, 2024
The reinforced materials and shank plate provide plenty of support.
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8.0
February 18, 2024
The midfoot plate lowers the flexibility. I can't hate the other support features, though.
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8.0
February 18, 2024
I had zero issues with support in the One Take 5. There's a lot of torsional support from the shank plate.
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7.0
Support and lockdown feel substantial but restrictive because of the shank plate.
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6.0
February 18, 2024
The torsional support is incredibly stiff.
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Fit of the Jordan One Take 5:

Expert Fit Rating: 7.3 (ranks #287 of 303)
User Fit Rating: NA 
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1
7 - Average
3
6 - Subpar
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5 - Poor
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7.0
February 18, 2024
The shoe is unforgiving in terms of width. The fit is low volume.
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8.0
February 18, 2024
The fit is average, nothing stands out.
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7.0
February 18, 2024
The fit is narrow and feels very snug. I experienced some pinching around the forefoot.
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7.0
The inside of the shoe is heavily padded. Try on this pair in-store if possible.
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Durability of the Jordan One Take 5:

User Durability Rating: NA 
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9 - Great
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8 - Good
0
7 - Average
0
6 - Subpar
0
5 - Poor
0

Outdoor of the Jordan One Take 5:

Expert Outdoor Rating: 33.3 (ranks #160 of 303)
User Outdoor Rating: NA 
Good (100%)
0
Fair (50%)
2
Bad (0%)
1
fair
February 18, 2024
The traction performs outdoors, but the durability is questionable.
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fair
February 18, 2024
The rubber feels fine enough for outdoor use.
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The One Take 5 is best suited for indoor play.
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Width of the Jordan One Take 5:

very narrow
1
slightly narrow
2
regular
1
slightly wide
0
very wide
0
slightly narrow
February 18, 2024
2E feet have to go up half a size.
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regularly wide
February 18, 2024
The width is spacious enough for wide feet.
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very narrow
February 18, 2024
The width is narrow.
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slightly narrow
The forefoot is especially tight.
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Size of the Jordan One Take 5:

very small
0
slightly small
0
true to size
4
slightly long
0
very long
0
true to size
February 18, 2024
Narrow and medium feet can go true to size.
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true to size
February 18, 2024
Going true to size is the best option.
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true to size
February 18, 2024
The shoe is true to size length-wise.
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true to size
The shoe technically fits true to size.
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