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- The Jordan Relentless Re2pect is a training shoe that was part of the collection borne out the brand’s partnership with Derek Jeter, one of the best baseball players of all time who was a five-time World Series champion. This model puts a new twist to the original Jordan Relentless. It has a low-top construction that uses an upper made of mesh and synthetic textiles. It is meant to be breathable and supportive.
- A foam midsole cushions the foot. It is a lightweight component that is designed to give heavyweight support despite its lightness.
- It retains the distinct midfoot strap that wraps around the instep. It locks down the foot and bars unnecessary movement inside the foot chamber.
The Jordan Relentless Re2pect is engineered to suit men’s feet and biomechanics. It follows a standard US training shoe sizing scheme, ranging from 7 to 18 with half and full sizes available. It comes in only one width option, D - Medium.
Rubber lines the bottom of the Jordan Relentless Re2pect. It extends upward in the medial and forefoot areas to protect the high-wear areas of the upper.
The tread is multi-textured with tri-star and hexagonal patterns for a sticky grip on various types of surfaces during dynamic shifts and turns. It is also ridged with flex grooves to promote natural foot flexion.
The Jordan Relentless Re2pect employs foam, which aims to deliver a cushioned yet responsive ride. It is a lightweight unit that does not weigh the foot down.
A mesh fabric mostly makes up the upper of this Jordan trainer. It allows air to circulate within the foot chamber while expanding if need be. Synthetic textiles reinforce the key areas such as the heel, the midfoot, and the toes for support, while a harder plastic clip protects the inner small toe joint.
A midfoot strap wraps around the instep to lock the foot down. The traditional lacing system underneath supplements it for a more secure fit.
Jordan’s signature Jumpman logo is featured prominently on different parts of the trainer. It is imprinted on the tongue, the heel, and the inner medial side.