Jayson Tatum's first signature shoe introduces a unique traction setup that reviewers called inconsistent. It performs on clean courts, but dust causes issues.
The cushioning was universally praised, by reviewers, for being bouncy underneath the forefoot and comfortable under the heel.
The materials are light, breathable, and comfortable.
There are no performance issues with the shoe's support, but reviewers said the setup is bizarre and feels weird under the arch.
Overall, the Jordan Tatum 1 is still a solid first shoe in Tatum's line. It's the lightest Jordan shoe, and the Zoom Air delivers.
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