Sneakers of the Week (Jan 23)
Nike Hyperdunk 2011 Supreme
With the NBA season in full swing, the sneaker every athlete steps out onto the hardwood in is a major component to his performance. Whether they want to emphasize lightweight comfort or heavy ankle protection for their style of play, the Nike Hyperdunk 2011 Supreme is no hesitant choice for any player. As a favorite sneaker for multiple NBA athletes, most notably Blake Griffin and Dirk Nowitzki, the Hyperdunk is engineered to strengthen all aspects of a player’s performance. Built with a Flywire upper, a webbed TPU overlay that maintains sturdiness for exceptional lockdown on the court and a lightweight phylon midsole for solid protection, this specialized basketball sneaker guarantees you consistency and durability. Available here!
Nike Free Run + 2
The Nike Free Run set a new standard for running shoes ever since its debut. Arguably Nike’s most popular training sneaker, the Free Run + 2 has established itself as a reliable and stylish shoe that is equipped with sophisticated technology, yet, elegantly designed. And the Free Run has proved to satisfactorily take on multiple terrains. Every technical aspect of the Free Run + 2 is exactly what Nike wants the runner to feel: free. Flaunting a breathable mesh that increases ventilation throughout the foot, the multi-layer upper that offers a premium lightweight performance and the sculpted phylite midsole/outsole ensures delicate cushioning. Available here!
Reebok Zig Encore
Driving into the lane with the Reebok Zig Encore’s on your feet is like being 50 yards away from the finish line of a marathon. No boundaries and no obstacles ahead of you with heavy doses of momentum, encouraging a strong finish. That’s why the Zig Encore’s are John Wall’s signature shoe. The sustaining features of Reebok’s highlighted basketball sneaker make him one of the best point guards in the NBA. The synthetic and mesh upper supported by a ZigTech sole enhances your speed/movement attributes, but most importantly, creates increased levels of comfort and stability. And with the Zig Encore’s laced to your feet, expect a drastic difference in traction compared to other basketball sneakers as the unique sole caters to multi-surfaces. Available here!
Adidas Crazy 8
The adidas Crazy 8 presents a bold, appealing characteristic unseen in any other basketball sneaker. Most known as Kobe Bryant’s first shoe under the Adidas label, its dissimilar stylish details microscopically improve a player’s skill level, and are now a popular choice among adidas’ top NCAA basketball programs. The apparent three stripe branding reiterates its toughness and resilience it gives to any athlete wearing these on the hardwood. From the bootie construction of the 16.4 oz. shoe, the leather and synthetic upper and the airmesh lining, the Crazy 8 excels at giving your feet a comfortable experience on the court. Now available in multiple colorways, including the OG Black/White pair, the Crazy 8s are an optimal solution to your game time decision on which basketball sneaker to wear. Available here!