Nike LeBron 15 Low Performance Test

The Nike LeBron 15 Low was much more impressive than the LeBron Lows of years past. Find out why with our performance review. Traction on the Nike LeBron 15 Low isn’t too far from what was used on the original Nike LeBron 15, but it was tweaked enough to make a difference. While the protruding diamond traction pattern remains the same, it’s been implemented in a way that it almost moves in a nice circle along the outsole. With the pattern moving in this way the shoe is able to handle lateral movements much better than the midtop version of the shoe. Dust isn’t a huge issue for the LeBron 15 in general, due to the pattern being more like spikes along the sole rather than your typical average pattern, but there were a few times that I’d stop and wipe just to get a little bit extra bite. I did have a couple of slipping issues upon certain movements, but it was near the ball of the foot/toe-off area. This section slopes in an upward direction so I think the issue was that I was moving too fast to properly to allow the sloped section of the outsole make contact with the floor. I could be wrong, of course, but that’s what I feel was causing the issue because it wasn’t present in the LeBron 15 mid at all and the outsole there was pretty even in terms of court coverage. Overall, I’d say this was a slight improvement over the mids, but not enough to change its score. Just know that you can be confident in the outsole’s ability to maintain grip, and that was while I was testing a pair with a translucent outsole. And just as an FYI, I wouldn’t recommend playing in the pairs with iridescent outsoles; those felt much more slick in-store than this Grey/Pink pair. Cushion from the original LeBron 15 wasn’t carried over in any way, which I find unfortunate because the rear Air Max unit could have been a Max Zoom unit. Had it been Max Zoom I think the LeBron 15 Low would have been a bit more amazing than it already is. While the heel area isn’t as dense feeling as Air Max units can feel, it still would have been awesome to have had something a bit more absorbent and bouncy underfoot. However, the Air Max unit...
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Found male blue-gray cat

  Found male blue-gray cat in Randy Rd area of Madison.  He is very friendly and loving.  He’s been hanging around for several weeks now.  Call 615 268-3298 if he belongs to...
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Found Pit Bull Pup Mix

Help!  I’m lost and can’t find my owners!  I found a safe place, at my buddy’s house, but his Mom says she can’t keep me.  I know my parents miss me, ’cause I’m so sweet!  Please post this ad on Face Book, as there are sites for lost pets on that site, too.  My buddy’s Mom is not on it, so at least you can help me that way. Hopefully, my parents will contact her, and come to my rescue!  I miss them.  You can text her, too, at:  615-917-9289 She says I look like a Pit Bull Mix, and I’m about 4-7 months, but she isn’t sure about my age.  I’m not either.  I just know I like to have fun, eat, sleep and get lots of loving. Does anyone recognize...
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Found Dog: Found 7/25/15 am. Bellevue area. Cross Timbers and Hwy 70. Has an older Home Again chip. His name is Sam. Home again info not renewed and has a non working phone #. Kay Bagget registered owner. Anyone know her or where Sam belongs? He is safe and at Bellevue animal hospital 615-646-4545

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Found: small gray and white dog

Hello, I found a small gray and white dog at the intersection of Wedgewood and 8th Ave today at about 5:45pm. It has a tan collar but no tag. If the dog is yours, please contact Sumner at 301-252-5430. Thanks!
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