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Nike Kyrie Low 4 Review
Plays fast and low to the ground
Traction is top-notch
Cushioning isn't the best.
There's a little bit of heel slippage
Performance of the Nike Kyrie Low 4:
Nike did not include any Zoom air units in the cushion of the Kyrie Low 4 but instead chose to feature Cushlon. Reviewers agreed it felt nice but wasn't up to par with other iterations of the foam setup.
The traction is the real star of the show. It performs very well indoors on both dusty and clean courts.
Materials on the Kyrie Low 4 feel pretty nice for the shoe being a budget model but reviewers had some concerns about the breathability.
Considering the price, the Nike Kyrie Low 4 is a decent option if speed and responsiveness are the main things you look for in a shoe.
Although I was disappointed in the cushion, the Nike Kyrie Low 4 still provides a smooth, lightweight experience. The traction, fit, and support combine to make this shoe a decent performer at a reasonable price.
The Nike Kyrie Low 4 is a pretty low to the ground, responsive setup, but doesn't provide much bounce or compression. It plays very fast and the shoe itself is very lightweight thanks to the thin materials. It's still a shoe I really liked playing in despite being a bit disappointed in the cushion.
This shoe had me feeling fairly bouncy and it had great stability and containment, although the cushion isnt great. There was some heel slippage but it was nothing too bad and was not a deal breaker, the traction is great on a clean indoor court but the durability was not great. I played on an outdoor court for a week and i ran through most of the outsole.
Its is a pretty solid shoe with OK traction. But you can see the little hump near the heel this part is really hard and I almost always leave practice/games with blisters on my heel. Other than that your getting what you payed for
The Cushlon used in the Kyrie Low 4 feels different than the Cushlon used in the KD 14 and the Kobe 5 Protro. There isn't as much heel compression and is stiffer than both of the other mentioned pairs.
I experienced a little bit of heel slippage since there isn't much padding in the heel area. It wasn't a deal-breaker, but I just didn't quite feel locked down. Lateral containment had zero issues though.