The Nike PG1.
March Madness has officially arrived.
To help get you in the mood for another exciting month of NCAA action, FN has rounded up the best basketball sneakers currently available.
Whether you’re looking to upgrade your on-court rotation or just want to rep your team in style, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
Former NBA great Michael Jordan officially hung up his sneakers in 2003, but his signature line lives on with forward-thinking designs such as the Air Jordan XXXI.
Air Jordan XXI, $185; nike.com
LeBron James’ latest signature sneaker debuted in December, and since then, Nike’s had a hard time keeping them on the shelves. With its top of the line hexagonal Zoom Air cushioning, this is one of the best on-court rides around.
Nike LeBron 14, $175; nike.com
If you’re not quite ready to drop $175 on the LeBron 14, James’ Zoom LeBron Soldier 10 takedown model can be found on sale.
Nike Zoom LeBron Soldier 10, $119.97; nike.com
James Harden’s first signature sneaker was a long time coming, but Adidas delivered in a big way with the Harden Vol. 1, which features a knitted construction and full-length Boost cushioning.
Adidas Harden Vol. 1, $139.99; eastbay.com
Kevin Durant’s latest Nike signature model is a strong contender for his best yet. It’s cushioned with visible Zoom Air and features a sock-like Flyknit upper.
Nike Zoom KD 9, $150; nike.com
The Boost-powered Adidas Crazy Explosive recently dropped in a low-top variation, but it all started with this the high-top worn by players such as New York Knicks big man Kristaps Porzingis.
Adidas Crazy Explosive, $104.99; eastbay.com
Now in its third edition, Kyrie Irving’s signature Nikes are a smart choice for players seeking a shoe suited for quick cuts and transitions.
Nike Kyrie 3, $120; nike.com
Another wallet-friendly option is the Nike Zoom Rev 2017, which is worn by ballers such as DeAndre Jordan, DeMarcus Cousins and Aaron Gordon.
Nike Zoom Rev 2017, $110; nike.com
At $110, Paul George’s Nike PG1 could be the best signature sneaker bargain on the market today. Its Zoom Air cushioning and Flywire-infused upper are the same sort of technology you’ll find on the brand’s more expensive models.
Nike PG1, $110; nike.com
Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Stephen Curry’s signature Under Armour sneakers boast a supportive yet lightweight upper and cushioning that allows for speedy transitions.
Under Armour Curry 3, $139.99; underarmour.com
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