Posted by : Yale Schalk
Goran Dragic: Nike Zoom Go Low
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obviously hes been used to using the low profile zoom air bags with the hyperfuse, the air max bag lifts you off the ground even more, making it easier to roll your ankle.
Just bad luck, Steph Curry spontaneously sprained his ankle in Hyperfuses, Rondo in the 360′s, ish happens.
as kobe would say “buy Nike,” but seriously that photo makes me cringe.
i think steph curry just has some fragile ass ankles
I don’t want to bag a shoe without trying, but I feel very unstable when in Max Air lowtops. The height of the midsole just bothers me. That said, last bad ankle roll I had was in Top Ten 2000′s, which sit lower than just about any other.
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