The Air Jordan 33 is probably the first performance basketball shoes without laces. The innovative FastFit lacing system works surprisingly well and provides great lockdown but is less customizable than traditional lacing systems. The traction works very well on lateral cuts, but some reviewers experienced slipping on straight-line movements. Cushioning starts off very stiff and less comfortable than in previous Jordan models but gives you a nice balance of court feel and impact protection. Overall, the Air Jordan 33 is a very divisive shoe - some reviewers loved it, some hated it. If you are into innovative tech and can afford the steep price - then give it a try!