When it comes to this year's iteration of the Flytrap line, the traction performs well and has a good bite on clean courts. Be prepared to wipe semi-regularly to avoid sliding out on dusty courts, though.
The cushion does not provide any impact protection, but it does perform well for anyone looking for a low to the ground shoe.
The materials used aren't the best, but they don't take away from the performance.
Reviewers experienced no issues with the support and lockdown. They felt contained and had no problems with heel slippage either.
Overall, the Nike Kyrie Flytrap 5 lends itself well to quick and shifty players that don't rely too much on explosiveness.
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