Whether you’re looking for a new pair of performance basketball sneakers, or if you just want to know what the newest sneakers on the market are; here is a brief look at some of basketball’s latest kicks.
Nike LeBron 15
Expected to release October 28, these shoes feature a Flyknit upper and a new cushioning system that is a blend between Nike’s Max Air and Zoom Air technology.
Air Jordan XXXII
This shoe has been available to the public since the 23rd of September. It currently is priced at $185. A low version of this shoe as well as a second colorway are expected to release October 18.
adidas Lillard 4
The Lillard 4 dropped online yesterday and will be in stores tomorrow. The retail price of this sneaker is $115 and it is supposed to feature enhanced breath-ability.
adidas Crazy Explosive 17
Released last July, the adidas Crazy Explosive 17 is priced at $150. The shoe has a new ankle sock feature and uses adidas Primeknit and Boost.
Nnemkadi Ogwumike in the adidas Crazy Explosive 17 vs. Atlanta pic.twitter.com/buL8iMnZ5W— B/R Kicks (@br_kicks) September 3, 2017
Under Armour Curry 4
While Steph has been wearing the Curry 4’s since the Playoffs, these shoes won’t be available until October 17. A price for these sneakers has not yet been released.
The Anta KT3 is Klay Thompon’s 3rd signature sneaker. These kicks are expected to drop sometime this month. The KT2 was priced at $120 and this shoe should have a similar price point.
Melo Ball 1
The Melo Ball 1 came out about a month ago. It’s the first signature sneaker in history that belongs to a high school player and ships out this December. This shoe starts at $395, which is $100 less than BBB’s other signature, the Z02 Prime Remix.
361 Basketball Mazer
Pictures of Jimmer Fredette’s latest sneaker surfaced a couple of weeks ago. This shoe is not currently available on 361 Degrees website, but his last 361 sneaker hit retail for $125.
Over in China, Jimmer Fredette just unveiled his own signature shoe with Chinese brand 361, and they're kinda fire. Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/0vtOvoNMII— Nick DePaula (@NickDePaula) September 19, 2017
What pair are you wanting to rock this year?