Here are in-store images of the Anta KT 2 Low that I spotted at Olympic World in Trinoma. Sporting a low-top silhouette, same upper materials were used just like the regular KT 2 which is fuse upper in the forefoot and knit material on the heel and ankle area. Neoprene bootie construction provides a more snug fit which aids in lockdown and once you get your right size, a good 1:1 fit can be obtained. Inside the shoe, there are heel notches which reduces dead space in the heel area. It also utilized Anta's EVE cushion setup which is comprised of a dual-density foam placed in the forefoot and heel area carried by an EVA foam. Many good feedbacks were made on this setup and this one of the shoe's best feature. Underneath is a stable base with a TPU shank for torsional support and while the outsole can either be a translucent or a solid rubber depending on the colorway. In my opinion, this is a good option if you like the KT2 in general but would like more range of motion in the ankle area. You can get them now at Olympic World in Trinoma for Php 5,795. I've also made a small video clip of the shoe which you can find below.