Here is another Skechers basketball silhouette that I saw together with the SKX Float. Dubbed as SKX Resa Grip, I think the name stems from the outsole pattern that is supposed to promote great traction. From the look of the pattern, we can see that is not a typical herringbone pattern that most brands use. However, we have seen a somewhat similar style of traction pattern from another brand but the difference is the SKX Resa Grip has a real rubber outsole which is made from Goodyear rubber. Goodyear rubber promotes durability for the outsole as well as it being tacky like an actual rubber tire would. Also, the outsole is decoupled which is ideal for guards or those with nimble movements as it reduces a blocky or sloppy feel when we talk of heel-to-toe transition. As we move further up, we have TPU piece for torsional support on the midfoot. Cushioning is composed of Skecher's Hyper Burst midsole and Hyper Burst Pro sockliner to complete its dual-cushion setup. It feels bottom heavy because of the Goodyear rubber so if you prefer a responsive shoe, then this might be a good choice for you. Don't worry about the shoe being heavy because on top, you have a lightweight upper composed nylon and fuse materials to make it durable. The fuse materials can be found on high-wear areas so you don't have to worry about the shoe ripping especially during intense plays. For security, they added some extra reinforcement on the lacing system to help with lockdown together with a padded ankle collar and a TPU heel clip. Four color options are available now which you can get at Skecher stores around the metro with a retail price of Php 8,995.