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I've had several and will post up my reviews soon.  I'm thinking about getting a pair of Kobe VI's soon but wanted to make sure they are the best investment.  I have played in Hyperdunk low's (09's I think), Adizero D-rose 1.5 lows and Adidas TS lows.  I've been thinking about getting Kobe VI's, Crazy light low's or Zoom KD IV's.  
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squall325.tamiya

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Feb 8 12 4:03 AM

The ZK6 is a good investment. KDIV is also a good shoe to try own. Well both are good coz I have them both and I'm enjoying them. Curious with the CL lows though and if they are the same with most adi lows which in my opinion obviously suck compared to their mid/hightop counterparts.

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Feb 9 12 8:29 PM

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I've read that the V gives up some traction and the floor I play on isn't the best kept floor
only the ones with icey sole. The one with regular sole is money to me

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squall325.tamiya

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Feb 14 12 7:57 PM

^yeap they are and a good investment too. But I don't know though how long podulon foams last.

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Feb 18 12 9:54 AM

squall325 wrote:
^yeap they are and a good investment too. But I don't know though how long podulon foams last.

I may have to give them a try. I want a pair of Kobes but none of the local sporting good stores carry themsmiley: eyes  I'd like to try on my next pair to make sure they fit well.  My Adizero D-Rose lows are starting to wear and my feet are hurting after I play.  How high off the floor do the KD IV's and CP3 V's feel?  From what I've read this is were the Kobe series shines but I can't find them locally. 

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Feb 18 12 3:44 PM

how much are you willing to spend? You can call up one of the nike outlets selling kobe vi's and have them shipped to you for $100. Before hooping in Kobes I hadnt tried a low top before. But now I cant imagine playing in anything else. For the court feel I dont know about the KD IV or the CP3V but the Kobe VIs feel perfect on terms on height and traction.

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Feb 22 12 6:28 AM

Kobe IV or VI.. And you can't go wrong with ZKD IV or Zoom BB lows.

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Feb 20 13 8:38 PM

Best Basketball Shoes

Man it's tough to decide which low top basketball shoe is the best.  I'm still trying to decide if I like low tops or high tops better but I would say the best low top shoe has got to be the kobe's, they have got to be the most comfortable low top shoe.  I just did some basketball shoe shopping online and found this site http://www.squidoo.com/best-basketball-shoes-men and there's some pretty sweet low top kicks on it.  I caved and just went with the usual kobe's.  

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Feb 20 13 8:39 PM

Best Basketball Shoes

Man it's tough to decide which low top basketball shoe is the best.  I'm still trying to decide if I like low tops or high tops better but I would say the best low top shoe has got to be the kobe's, they have got to be the most comfortable low top shoe.  I just did some basketball shoe shopping online and found this site http://www.squidoo.com/best-basketball-shoes-men and there's some pretty sweet low top kicks on it.  I caved and just went with the usual kobe's.  

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