Tech specs on the upcoming And1 Tai Chi 3
Going to aesthetics, it is a mix between the old and new. Meaning, on the medial side, you can see a suede-like material combined with a lightweight material on the lateral aspect of the shoe. Visually, this is a good representation of balance combining materials of that were used back then and the ones being used now.
For the tech, I am really intrigued on the cushioning. That CR750 hopefully would cater to more positions balancing impact protection and responsiveness. There are vents on the lateral side over the mesh underlay providing good airflow just like their recent models and this would be very helpful to ballers who don't like their socks drenched in sweat. There are key support pieces such as a sturdy heel counter, outrigger, and interior shank which would likely promote stability and support which would come in handy when you have a multi-directional traction pattern in the outsole. And1 has been known to provide users durable outsoles which are excellent for both indoor and outdoor use so it is safe to assume that it will still be the case here.
After seeing the Tai Chi 3's tech specs, what are your thoughts on how would this perform on court? Share your thoughts below and stay tuned for more news regarding the And1 Tai Chi 3.