The third release in Giannis' budget line improves slightly from the previous year's model.
The traction performs well, particularly on clean courts. Make sure to wipe to avoid dust accumulation.
Nike doesn't use any advanced cushioning tech on this shoe. The foam feels soft and responsive but doesn't offer much impact protection.
The fit is snug and feels tight before being broken in.
Like most budget shoes, the material quality is not good. However, the shoe does feel light, breathable, and comfortable.
Support and lockdown were not an issue during play.
The Nike Giannis Immortality 3 is a solid pickup for players who prefer a minimal shoe, especially in this price range.
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