Russell Westbrook's budget model has an aggressive traction pattern that bites hard on most courts, and because of its spaced-out traction pattern, it picks up very little dust.
The cushion isn't as ample as the signature line, but it still performs nicely. It feels low to the ground and responsive. There's even some bounciness due to the forefoot Zoom unit.
Surprisingly, the materials feel nice considering the $100 price point of the shoe. Although they aren't premium feeling, they're thick and perform nicely.
When it comes to the support and lockdown, the One take isn't lacking in any areas.
Similar to Russell Westbrook's game, the Jordan Westbrook One Take is an all-around performer that provides something for every type of player.
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