So I was wondering if the new Reebok Zigtech Slash shoes are really good for outdoors. Basically, I would ball in any cheap but sturdy shoe -- the ONLY problem for me is the fact that after one goddamn summer the soles are *completely* flat and I skid even on asphalt (especially if there's some dust).
There is this Zigslash sole:
I know it's too early to have any firm evidence, but do you think this sole can withstand much more asphalt punishment than the usual designs? Or the steep relief is only an illusion, and the outer layer gets decimated fast by the abrasion?