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    Hi, as a person with ankle and knee problems comfort is the most important thing to me. I have jordan's retro 1 and i felt they were a bit hard for outdoor basketball, my ankles hurt after few hours of playing. Yesterday i tried my tennis addidas shoes and they felt so soft and comfortable and i feel much better now, a day after unlike when i was playing with jordan's so which sneakers would you recommend that you remember being like extremely soft and comfortable because as much as i like these tennis shoes, i could use them outdoor or indoor i still need another pair of shoes. I've never worn Kobe's, there's a sale where i could get Kobe X, https://content.nike.com/content/dam...ault/image.jpg

    these ones for a reasonable price, so what do you think, which ones would you recommend, thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by tragicbronson
    Hi, as a person with ankle and knee problems comfort is the most important thing to me. I have jordan's retro 1 and i felt they were a bit hard for outdoor basketball, my ankles hurt after few hours of playing. Yesterday i tried my tennis addidas shoes and they felt so soft and comfortable and i feel much better now, a day after unlike when i was playing with jordan's so which sneakers would you recommend that you remember being like extremely soft and comfortable because as much as i like these tennis shoes, i could use them outdoor or indoor i still need another pair of shoes. I've never worn Kobe's, there's a sale where i could get Kobe X, https://content.nike.com/content/dam...ault/image.jpg

    these ones for a reasonable price, so what do you think, which ones would you recommend, thanks in advance
    Check out the Derrick Rose 6 or D Lillard 2's, most comfortable shoes on the market right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammichoffate
    Check out the Derrick Rose 6 or D Lillard 2's, most comfortable shoes on the market right now
    Thank you, and wow, D Lillard 2's look great, i don't really like the design of D Rose 6 but Lillard's look really nice, i don't really like very high shoes, i am not saying that Rose's are, but i feel like Lillard's would fit me much better, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tragicbronson
    Thank you, and wow, D Lillard 2's look great, i don't really like the design of D Rose 6 but Lillard's look really nice, i don't really like very high shoes, i am not saying that Rose's are, but i feel like Lillard's would fit me much better, thanks
    Rose 6- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lf3Tlf1WXpQ
    Lillard 2- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lf3Tlf1WXpQ
    J Crossover 2- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tKqHOTTKl8
    Air Jordan 29 Low- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReLXkk4CpV4

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    Quote Originally Posted by tragicbronson
    Hi, as a person with ankle and knee problems comfort is the most important thing to me. I have jordan's retro 1 and i felt they were a bit hard for outdoor basketball, my ankles hurt after few hours of playing. Yesterday i tried my tennis addidas shoes and they felt so soft and comfortable and i feel much better now, a day after unlike when i was playing with jordan's so which sneakers would you recommend that you remember being like extremely soft and comfortable because as much as i like these tennis shoes, i could use them outdoor or indoor i still need another pair of shoes. I've never worn Kobe's, there's a sale where i could get Kobe X, https://content.nike.com/content/dam...ault/image.jpg

    these ones for a reasonable price, so what do you think, which ones would you recommend, thanks in advance

    I'm wearing those right now and they are really comfortable. I also have Kobe 11's which I also like (except for the price). With that said I've been playing on a harder court and even though I hate high tops the reviews have me really considering getting a pair of D Rose 6's. From what I have read the D Rose 6's are more comfortable than the Lilard 2's because Boost is softer than Bounce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01amberfirewv
    I'm wearing those right now and they are really comfortable. I also have Kobe 11's which I also like (except for the price). With that said I've been playing on a harder court and even though I hate high tops the reviews have me really considering getting a pair of D Rose 6's. From what I have read the D Rose 6's are more comfortable than the Lilard 2's because Boost is softer than Bounce.
    Depends on your needs:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gq7xwrbcJwQ

    http://thesolebros.com/2016/02/19/ad...ounce-cushion/

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    I'm also considering Jordan's CP3 IX, has anyone tried them, what do you think about this shoe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tragicbronson
    I'm also considering Jordan's CP3 IX, has anyone tried them, what do you think about this shoe?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmZeLgwrcWc
    Traction is really good, cushion is terrible. Weird lacing system, decent materials and fit. Lot of support if you don't need the impact protection. I got the CP3 8 AE for indoor, it's far better.

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