The Nike Air Zoom G.T. Cut 2 helps you stop in an instant and accelerate back into the open lane in a low-to-the-ground design that helps increase court contact while switching direction. Separate the players from the playmakers in a model that's built on creating separation but supportive enough to help you play all day.
DanielM109939761 - 02 Nov 2022
One of the best basketball shoes! Fits right to my feet and has great traction.
ndnboi1996 - 23 Oct 2022
These are probably my favorite basketball shoes of all-time. Pros: cushioning makes it easy to run for as long as you'd like comfortably, and the grip makes it so easy to change directions at will. Haven't turned my ankle yet - that happens a lot with other shoes. Replaced the mesh from the GTC1 with some tougher fabric, so it won't rip like it did before. Great low profile helps for players who prioritize movement/speed/quickness above all else. Cons: the colorways could use some work. The tongue slips from the top of the foot over to the side. Stains really easily and tough to clean/wipe off dust/dirt. Definitely fits a bit small, and had some 'biting' from the shoe into my midfoot for the first few plays. Overall: Would say that technically, it's better than the GT Cut 1, but the colorways are worse. Let's see what Nike comes out with next.
jval926 - 22 Oct 2022
The Nike GT Cut 2 are amazing. It is true that it's not as amazing as the first GT Cuts but it's still an amazing performer. The fit of the shoe is a lot more snug and secured than the first model. Unlike the GT Cut 1.0, you need to break in the traction, and once that's done, you'll love them more. Probably the biggest upgrade was the cushioning, it has slightly more impact protection. Since there is more cushion, the court feel is less than the previous model but it's not that much of a problem. Overall, it's still an amazing performer and another pro with the 2.0 is that it's more available, no need to purchase resale prices.