It is a fascinating time in the ongoing fight for hardwood supremacy, with brands looking to expand their arsenals amid reinvigorated interest in performance basketball footwear. PUMA have gone hard in the paint, looking to disrupt the market with the aptly named Clyde Court Disrupt — their first performance basketball sneaker in years. However, Jordan Brand weren’t to be outdone, adding to their legendary lineage with the Air Jordan 33.
Unsurprisingly, both models have quickly garnered avid followings both on the court and on the street, thanks to cutting-edge tech and futuristic facades. But which baller takes it out one-on-one? In this instalment of Sneaker Showdown, we find out whether the Big Cat has brought enough game to bring down the Jumpman’s latest.