For basketball shoes, many people don't know how to choose. Among the three pairs of shoes, PG3, Envoy 10, and Lillard 5, which one do you like? At present, some netizens have compiled a comparison evaluation of PG3, Envoy 10, and Lillard 5 based on their actual combat experience. If you need it, start!
My height is 179, and my weight is 83
Play 1 burst and 9 shots, grab the board.
I bought Lillard 5 at 618, plus the previously purchased Envoy 10, and compare them together.
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Envoy 10, 43 yards
PG3, 44 yards
Leading guide 5, 44 yards
My correct size is 43, and the envoy 10 fits in just right. Even though the **** is tight, it still feels wrapped.
Lillard size 44, I feel Nike’s 44.5 when I wear it. I need to change to a thicker insole (the original insole is thin and pitiful, similar to UB), and then add elite socks. Can free a finger. I won’t score because the code is wrong.
I bought PG3 in size 44, and I wear normalThe thick socks have about half a finger, and the **** should be just right.
PG3 scores 7 points, envoy 7 points, Lillard 7 points
Although envoy 10 has front and rear zoom, its zoom unit should Not big.
The forefoot of PG3 is obviously thicker than that of Envoy 10. At the same time, the start-up feedback came more quickly than Envoy 10.
Envoy 10 has a rear palm zoom but PG3 does not. This is mainly reflected in the fact that after a long period of exercise, I think that after about 1.5 hours, the heel cushioning of PG3 will start to feel hard. But it’s not how good the Envoy 10 is, because I think the heel area of the Envoy 10 is small, and I don’t exercise very often like me. After a long period of exercise, it will feel untenable. But PG3 and Lillard 5 won’t. I think it’s because they have built-in TPU, which didn’t cause the heel area to become smaller and larger., Or the zoom is too small after the envoy 10.
Why not compare with Lillard 5, Lillard 5 is a full palm bounce, I personally feel that the overall is very comfortable, and because of the size problem, I put The insole was replaced with a thick latex-like insole, which was really soft and comfortable, which made me feel like stepping on cotton during the actual combat.
Personally feel that PG3 is the best Okay, 8 points
The other 2 are about the same, 7 points.
Lillard 8 points
PG3 7 points
Envoy 10 6 points
The reasons why the envoy 10 score is low are as follows.
1. The elastic band for the instep
This elastic band is very useful, one can add wrapping; second, the shoelace can be stuffed inside, the shoelace of the envoy is cylindrical The thick one is easy to loosen.
Although Envoy 10 has half-inner boots, the quality is a bit problematic. I may have won the prize. Comparing the left and right feet, the right foot is cracked.
Lee Guidance 5 is a bit leathery (PU), can it be used as warm shoes in winter?
This crystal sole is really ok.
3 pairs of shoes are good combat shoes, cost-effective.
Envoy 10 When I bought it, it was 550 (I said I wanted to play golf when I was shopping, and my wife bought it in the store immediately, hehe)
PG3 is also 550
Lee Guidance 5 is 280?
Personally, I feel that the three of them are not the same in actual combat. If you add usual clothes, PG3 is the first choice.