With the recent release of the Jordan Ultra.Fly 3, they didn’t get much hype or talk around them. The sneakers brought in heel and forefoot zoom, encased in an injected phylon midsole, while featuring a rubber cupsole laterally. The rubber cupsole added unnecessary bulk and weight to the kicks, so hopefully the new low-cut look will be a more guard-friendly option for those that need a lightweight, well-cushioned sneaker.
The Jordan Ultra.Fly 3 Low has officially surfaced, and has been available overseas for a few weeks. An official First Look is now available, so here it is. The low top model of the Ultra.Fly 3 ditches the synthetic forefoot shroud that was also undesirable. This new low top cut looks to sport a totally slimmed down look, while featuring the same tooling from the midsole down.
Official tech specs of the Jordan Ultra.Fly 3 Low feature:
◌ Multi-directional herringbone outsole
◌ Injected phylon midsole, w/ heel & forefoot Zoom Air bags
◌ Engineered mesh upper with fuse overlays
◌ Lateral TPU clip
While the shoes have released overseas, there is currently no set release date for a stateside release quite yet. Nonetheless, stick to the site as release details come underway. Do you dig the shroud-less version of the Jordan Ultra.Fly 3 Low? Share your thoughts in the comment section.