On the streets, basketball footwear has largely been replaced by modern and retro-infused runners and stylish trainer options.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 Flyknit “Pail Gray/Sail/String,” $160; nike.com
Nike Kobe A.D. Mid “Rise,” $150; nike.com
Adidas Harden LS Primeknit “Running White/Clear Gray,” $159.99; footlocker.com
Nike LeBron Soldier XI “Dark Gray/Circuit Orange,” $140; nike.com
Jordan B Fly “River Rock/Dark Stucco/Gum Yellow,” $110; nike.com
Nike Kyrie 3 “Kyrache Light,” $120; nike.com
Adidas ADO Crazy Explosive,
€200 on sale for €140; slamjamsocialism.com
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