Kyrie's budget line has produced some of the best bang for your buck shoes in recent years. How does the 4th edition perform?
Unfortunately, the traction isn't great on dusty courts or outdoor courts. And even on very clean courts, the bite isn't as good as you'd want it to be.
The cushion setup provides a good court feel and responsiveness but lacks impact protections with a very stiff Phylon midsole.
The materials are cheap to the touch, but feel good on foot and get the job done well performance-wise.
The fit is the same as in other Kyrie models with a narrow and snug fit. It is suggested to go up half a size for wide footers.
The support is the best aspect of the shoe and reviewers had no issues with the support at all.
Overall, the Kyrie Flytrap 4 is only recommended to guards looking for cheap shoes with a lot of support and very firm cushioning.
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