Topic: What brand Basketball shoes are the most comfortable?
The thirst is real on the PG 4 Gatorade.Inspired by purple Gatorade GX, the new Nike PG 4 follows Air Jordan 1 and Air Jordan 6 collaborations taking after the celebrated sports drink.Set to be worn on court by Paul George on January 10th, the purple colorway will release on January 17th.Like the Spongebob x Nike Kyrie 5 series, it’s said that more Gatorade x PG 4 will launch over the course of 2020.
Kevin Durant's new Nike signature basketball sneaker, the New KD 13, is the latest prize for the NBA 2K20 Gamer Exclusive program.This will be the first time that the KD 13 is featured in the NBA 2K20 partnership after the Swoosh officially unveiled the model earlier this month. Starting on May 4, gamers who win a MyPlayer Nation playoff game will unlock access to purchasing the KD 13 GE "Funk" on SNKRS. According to the Swoosh, this colorway is yet another make up inspired by Durant's love for music combined with his scoring ability through a bold floral pattern seen on the upper.Even more NBA 2K20 x Nike Basketball GE sneakers are expected to be announced as the MyPlayer Nation playoffs continue.
Kyrie Irving’s sixth signature shoe continues to impress, and while we’re still waiting to see heat on the NBA’s hardwood, we can still look forward to some great Kyrie 6 pickups over the coming months.Covering the uppers in vintage Nike branding, the latest Kyrie 6 is built with white mesh and tumbled leather. Meanwhile, the thick, embroidered Swoosh and throwback pink ‘Nike’ text on the lateral panels join an in-your-face pinwheel logo on the medial.
From a technical standpoint, the Harden Vol 4 is notable for its use of a Lightstrike midsole, which was first seen in the Adidas N3xt L3v3l. Created by the Adidas Basketball team, Lightstrike is intended to provide the cushioning and support needed for the game's unique movement without adding weight. Further updates include a snug midfoot band that runs underneath the laces and an updated traction pattern down low.
Kobe Bryant’s signature collection remains a fixture in the Nike Basketball lexicon years following his retirement from the NBA. Both Bryant and Nike alluded to this fact even before Bean stepped away from the game; they’ve held true to that promise and then some.His very-first performance retro, the Nike Zoom Kobe 1 Protro Kobe Shoes, joins his debut signature sneaker with modern-day tooling and tech. Released earlier this year in both original colorways and an Undefeated collaboration, respectively, the latest pair to land in stores was an ode to the Lakers former home in Minneapolis.Next in line for the Zoom Kobe 1 Protro is another OG colorway. Sort of.Taking inspiration from the Zoom Kobe 1 Bryant wore during the 2006 NBA All-Star Game, a white, red and black upper fills the leather composed retro. Bryant’s original pair, of course, featured royal blue in lieu of black, in line with the Western Conference uniforms that year.