Aidan Shaw

Aidan Shaw

Basketball is part of my daily life. I pretty much hoop 6 days a week, sometimes 7 days. I'm 6'6 so all of my reviews are based on a size 14 shoe, its weight, traction, durability. I play positions 1 through 4, so performance-wise I really put shoes to the test.


Lab tests and in-depth reviews

Nike KD 14
92
Superb!

Nike KD 14 review Out of the box, the Nike KD 14 has a distinguished look and obvious enhancements that make this basketball shoe worth paying attention to. Once you put it on the immediate feeling yo[…]

Nike Kyrie 7
91
Superb!

Nike Kyrie 7 review Flexibility to jump, sprint, stop and go are what makes the Kyrie 7 a solid choice for players of all levels. A secure fit coupled with a flexible upper and wide base at the heel a[…]

Nike Precision 4
86
Great!

Nike Precision 4 review After testing the Nike Precision 4, it is apparent that Nike put a lot of features similar to higher profile basketball shoes. The layers of the sole, tread pattern, the lacing[…]

Nike Air Zoom BB NXT
89
Superb!

Nike Air Zoom BB NXT review Most basketball shoes I play in are mid-top or high-top with more ankle support; I jump a lot and play aggressive defense so ankle support is a must. The BB NXT makes you &[…]

Nike KD 13
88
Great!

Nike KD 13 review The KD 13 and its design solve a lot of problems for the everyday basketball player. Most want some form of ankle support, something that is not excessively heavy or bulky and last h[…]

Jordan Ultra.Fly
81
Good!
Nike LeBron Soldier 12
89
Superb!

Nike LeBron Soldier 12 review To win a battle, you depend on your "soldiers" and these shoes indeed, will not let you down. The silhouette looks familiar with no laces and velcro straps, however, some[…]

Nike Kyrie 4
87
Great!

Nike Kyrie 4 review By definition, a combo-guard is a term that has evolved to include players who aren't the primary ball handler or the primary shooter on the team. So why call the Nike Kyrie 4 a "c[…]