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Klay Thompson’s tenure with ANTA Sports has been an impressive feat thus far, and the ANTA KT5 Low does not disappoint. Here’s our ANTA KT5 Low “So Klay” Detailed Look and Review.
Thank you to the wonderful team at ANTA Sports for sending us pairs of the KT5 Low to wear test and review. We sincerely appreciate the opportunity to work with a brand as fantastic as ANTA and allow us to share with our viewers our thoughts on the KT5 Low.
The KT5 Low arrives in multiple new colorways, which can be seen here. They come featured with an upgraded A Flash Foam +++ midsole, atop multi-directional web like outsole with a TPU shank plate for torsional rigidity. Beneath the insole and between the strobel board and midsole is a fairly visible large TPU midfoot plate, providing more stability to the shoe. In addition to the already impressive tooling, the the upper sports ANTA’s new “Infiknit” material, which is quite stretchy where the one-piece construction tongue is in place, and is more structured at the forefoot for a secure, one-to-one fit, and premier lockdown and containment. A rope lacing enclosure goes through customizable cable eyelets. An A Flash Foam heel counter, a rubberized ANTA logo on the medial side of the shoe, and a brief fuse overlay at the forefoot completes the look.
Please note that this is just a First Impressions and initial thoughts video, and not the full Performance Review we will publish in the coming weeks as we play basketball and fully wear test the KT5 Lows. Let us know what you think of the ANTA KT5 Low in the comments below and if you’ll be grabbing yourself a pair.