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Spencer Dinwiddie, Point Guard for the Brooklyn Nets, an up and coming NBA Franchise that has tons of potential. Spence himself is just 25 years old, and has spent most of his career in the NBA Development League; now dubbed the G-League. After coming off his best season of his career, averaging 13 points, 3 rebounds, 7 assists, and 1 steal, the sky is the potential for Spence in the coming years. On the court, Spencer Dinwiddie has been playing phenomenally, and off the court he has developed his own signature shoe, named the Perception.
The Perception is believe it or not, the second self-endorsed pair of kicks to hit the league. Meaning, there’s really no brand behind the shoes. It’s totally self-designed, and they’re just manufactured overseas. The other brand? Big Baller Brand. The Perception will bring in a lot of key performance features for a fast-paced, shifty guard that needs ultimate court feel and impact protection on the court.
The Perception starts it off with a rubber outsole, while adding a new foam compound, called Krono Foam. Spence says, “It’s not Boost, or NRG… This foam is entirely new and I can’t wait to share it with y’all”. Additionally, the Perceptions comes crafted with the newest knit technology on the market. There is still currently no release information or pricing on these kicks, but we’ll keep you in the loop. Also, there’s no official tech information on these guys yet either. Once again, more speculation for what the Perception’s have to come. Stay hooked on to OneonOneTesters.com for all that good stuff.