Zion Williamson is on his third signature shoe with Jordan Brand, and this iteration takes a different approach to the support.
The traction performs well, especially indoors, but some reviewers mention that dust pickup is a flaw.
Jordan Brand uses a Formula 23 drop-in midsole. It feels soft and comfortable, but the tech specs could be better in a more traditional setup.
The upper gets reinforced with extra rubber and a TPU layer, providing additional support.
The midfoot and medial side flanges increase the shoe's stability. The padding around the heel also increases lockdown.
Reviewers agree that the fit is narrow and not meant for players with wide feet.
Overall, the Jordan Zion 3 plays well for stockier players who can take advantage of the stability features at a higher pace.
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