2020 saw Jimmy Butler sever his ties to the Jordan Brand, but he still rocked J’s during his sneaker free agency. One of the shoes he wore after signing with the Miami Heat was the Jordan Jumpman Diamond Low.
The eye-catching sneaker was designed by legend Tinker Hatfield to provide fine-tuned support and responsiveness. As the name suggests, the shoe utilizes TPU diamond-shaped caging on the side walls. This unique pattern assists in support with minimizing the effects when the ankle rolls over. Soft Phylon combines with a forefoot Zoom Air unit for an extra bounce when running and jumping.
You can find the Jordan Jumpman Diamond (mid and low) at StockX.
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