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The Jordan Delta Speed TR is a training shoe crafted to support explosive and dynamic workouts. The upper is made of mesh and synthetic materials to deliver full coverage while a rubber side rail ensures that the foot is kept steady during lateral movements.
The trainer features a traditional lace-up closure for an adjustable fit. There’s also a stretchy midfoot strap that keeps the fit snug.
The midsole is made of foam material. It is designed to provide shock attenuation and responsiveness to ready the foot for the next step.
The rubber outsole protects the foam midsole against abrasion. The tread pattern promotes traction while the flex grooves facilitate natural foot movements.
The Jordan Delta Speed TR is made for men and comes in US sizes 7 to 16, including half sizes. Widthwise, this model is available only in a D – Medium profile. Keeping the fit snug, aside from the lacing system, is the stretchy strap at the midfoot.
The bottom of the Jordan Delta Speed TR is protected by a layer of durable rubber. This compound is designed to withstand abrasion and has a tread pattern that promotes grip in various directions. Flex grooves are strategically placed to help in natural forefoot bending and support side-to-side flexibility.
The Jordan Delta Speed TR employs a foam midsole to protect the foot against impact during walking, running, and plyometrics. This platform is crafted to be responsive, allowing the wearer to feel more bounce with each step.
Keeping the foot inside the Jordan Delta Speed TR is the textile upper. This material is soft, yet supportive, allowing the foot to move naturally. Synthetic overlays are present in high abrasion areas to prevent the underlying material from developing tears and holes quickly.
Enhancing the lateral support is the rubber side rail. This component stems from the midsole and rises to the upper, steadying the foot during dynamic movements.
Locking the foot in place is the traditional lacing system. It integrates with a stretchy strap at the midfoot which ensures a snug fit.