The 7 Best Basketball Shoes You’ll Want to Wear Off the Court, Too

Nike React Hyperdunk 2017
Nike React Hyperdunk 2017
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On the streets, basketball footwear has largely been replaced by modern and retro-infused runners and stylish trainer options. This can be attributed to shifting trends both within the industry and in street style, but don’t get it confused: there are still plenty of great b-ball designs out there.

If you’re looking for a pair that you’ll be able to get serious mileage out of this fall/winter, consider a pair that’s versatile enough to be a go-to choice off the court, too. This includes lifestyle-friendly colors, cuts and materials that will pair just as well with trousers as they will your team’s uniform.

Shop our picks below.

Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit “Pail Gray/Sail/String” Nike

Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit “Pail Gray/Sail/String,” $160; nike.com

Nike Kobe AD Nike Kobe A.D. Mid “Rise” Nike

Nike Kobe A.D. Mid “Rise,” $150; nike.com

Adidas Harden LS Primeknit Adidas Harden LS Primeknit “Running White/Clear Gray” Adidas

Adidas Harden LS Primeknit “Running White/Clear Gray,” $159.99; footlocker.com

Nike LeBron Soldier XI Nike LeBron Soldier XI “Dark Gray/Circuit Orange” Nike

Nike LeBron Soldier XI “Dark Gray/Circuit Orange,” $140; nike.com

Jordan B Fly Jordan B Fly “River Rock/Dark Stucco/Gum Yellow” Nike

Jordan B Fly “River Rock/Dark Stucco/Gum Yellow,” $110; nike.com

Nike Kyrie 3 Nike Kyrie 3 “Kyrache Light” Nike

Nike Kyrie 3 “Kyrache Light,” $120; nike.com

Adidas ADO Crazy Explosive Adidas ADO Crazy Explosive Slam Jam Socialism

Adidas ADO Crazy Explosive, €200 on sale for €140; slamjamsocialism.com

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