Verdict from 19 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Nearly all buyers love the low-top version of the Jordan Ultra.Fly 3. They are saying that these shoes are durable and offer good value for its price.
  • These Jordan Brand basketball shoes are super comfortable to wear, most owners declare.
  • The Jordan Ultra.Fly 3 Low feels light on-feet, one player describes.
  • A good number of users claim that these low-top basketball shoes are easy on the feet. They just love wearing the Ultra.Fly 3 Low all day.
  • The sizing is spot-on, an owner claims.
  • According to several users, these Jordan basketball shoes perform well on the court.

1 reason not to buy

  • There are only a few user reviews for this product.

Bottom line

Although there are only a small number of reviews for this product, most of them are positive. Owners of the Jordan Ultra.Fly 3 Low are impressed at its performance and are saying that these basketball shoes offer a lot for its price tag.

With similar tooling, the low-tops perform just as well as its mid-top counterpart. However, add a few more bucks, and you can cop a Nike basketball signature model like the PG 3.

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Good to know

Get ready to dominate both ends of the floor with the Jordan Ultra.Fly 3 Low. Perfect for two-way players, these basketball shoes from Jordan Brand are designed to provide the ultimate combination of speed, containment, and response. 

These Jordan shoes feature a sleek low-top design that locks you in without restricting your movements. Underfoot, a Phylon midsole with heel and forefoot Zoom Air cushioning ensures a comfortable and responsive ride.

The low-top version of the Ultra.Fly 3 is also equipped with a multidirectional traction pattern that allows explosive movements as you run up and down the court.

Cushion. The Jordan Ultra.Fly 3 Low features a Phylon midsole embedded with heel and forefoot Zoom Air units for enhanced speed and responsiveness.

Traction. These Jordan Brand basketball sneakers are equipped with a durable rubber outsole that provides a light and nimble feel. The outsole features a multidirectional herringbone traction pattern that allows explosive, 360-degree movements.

Length and Width. The low-top version of the third Jordan Ultra.Fly reportedly runs true to size.

Lockdown. The Ultra.Fly 3 features a webbing lace system paired with a full inner sleeve to provide a snug and supportive fit without slowing you down. At the forefoot, a synthetic shroud enhances lockdown.

The outsole also provides a solid base that provides increased stability while an outrigger prevents the foot from sliding when performing quick cuts to the basket.

These Jordan basketball sneakers are equipped with a lightweight and breathable woven upper that offers both comfort and support. Synthetic overlays found on the forefoot and heel provides increased durability when making quick moves on the court.

These low-top basketball shoes from Jordan Brand boast a clean and sleek style that allows you to move like never before on and off the court. Jordan branding and the number “23” complete the shoe’s Jordan DNA.

The low-top version of the Jorda Ultra.Fly 3 is available in several colorways:

  • Black/Black-Pacific Blue-Bright Crimson
  • Black/White/Hyper Crimson
  • Gym Red/Black
  • White/Black/Light Smoke Grey


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