The Lebron Witness 4 costs only half of what the Lebron 17 costs. But does this price difference show in the performance?
The traction in the forefoot performed well but one reviewer felt the heel sliding out a lot on lateral cuts.
The cushioning is much firmer than in the Lebron 17 but you still get some nice compression in the heel and a little bit of bounce from the Zoom unit in the forefoot.
The materials show the biggest difference to the Lebron 17: the Mesh upper is flimsy and cheap-looking but it gets the job done.
For $100, the Lebron Witness 4 is a solid performer but, even at this price, there are better shoes out there.
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