Nike Cortez real shoe review detailed
Without a super quiet React base, without an elastic Air base that makes many people fall in love, the Nike Cortez sole looks like a whole block of molded foam, but actually integrates many of the best materials of technology. shoes of the past.
The soleplate is the familiar serrated lines to increase the grip on many types of surfaces, from asphalt to race track, brick floor or cement floor are not afraid of slippery.
The Midsole is marked with a different color layer on the base, on the OG version is the blue part between the white sole. This section helps to absorb force, reduces reaction when walking, and helps to walk lighter and smoother. The insoles are sticky, not detachable, so to see the parameter stamps you need to look at the inside side of the shoe.
The Nike Cortez Classic does not have too many subtle seam details, round toe, reed and traditional flat laces, properly functional to increase and decrease shoe tightness. The most prominent feature is still the Nike logo on the side of the shoe, a big “monumental” that no “juniors” group can have. This is also the most “pure Nike” point, when the décor has become the brand value of the Nike Cortez pair.