- Very comfortable with plenty of ankle support and generous room in the toebox
- Use of the visible Air Max 360 cell (throughout the entire midsole of the shoe) gives a very spongy feel
- Glow in the dark depends on how long you leave them in direct light for. I do not know which chemical it uses, but they "charge" by absorbing light, and glow in dark places. This maybe similar to how Super-LumiNova is used in watches, but I am unable to confirm it.
- They do not have much in the way of venting, so these shoes will heat up your foot up quickly. I am drawing a direct comparison to the Nike Hyperfuse which I have been wearing continually at the moment.
In the following pictures I have used to illustrate this shoe, I have had to adjust the saturation in the "dark" pictures. Pictures taken in the dark are hard to do. These shoe glow very well, especially to the naked eye, but they were hard to capture on film. If you have these shoes, you can also attest to this.
Turn off the lights, and they'll glow...