Anta KT III Light

3:38:00 PM Paulo Mendoza [Analykix] 0 Comments

The KT line is more or less Anta's flagship model. From the official signature shoe, to the outdoor model, and even the light version, each of them have their own characteristics which make them a great hoop shoe. For the Anta KT 3 and KT 2 Outdoor Low performance reviews, you can check them using this link (KT3 Link / KT 2 Outdoor Low Link). For this particular post, I will be talking about the KTIII Light. I always consider the KT Light models to be a take down version of the signature line, but the great thing about Anta, is they don't just strip the shoe of its key techs but they replace them with another option. Some might even prefer the light version particularly those who don't do heavy contact sports and would just want to rock a pair either for light training or for casual use. The KT III Light features a textile upper which is very similar to the KT3. There are support structures in the lacing system to provide more midfoot lockdown especially when we consider that the shoe has a lowtop build. For cushioning Anta used their A-Shock system which provides a low-to-the-ground ride but still gives an adequate impact protection. This is very ideal for guards or players who rely on court feel. The outsole is comprised of a thumb mark traction pattern just like the KT3. This works well especially the solid rubber option. Just like the KT3, these are not yet available in the Philippines. But the good news is the good people at InSoles will be offering the shoe for Pinoy hoopers and even made a special Labor Day promo. For a limited time, starting today up to May 1, 2018 10pm, they will be accepting orders for the Anta KT III Light for a retail price of Php 3,800 which is a steal if you ask me. They have limited size and quantity only and these kicks will arrive around May 26, 2018. You can contact In Soles directly via their Facebook page <HERE> and just ask them about their Labor Day promo for the Anta KT 3 Light which you saw here at Analykix.com.




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