Profile of the Fila Spaghetti Low

Making a surprise return in 2018, Jerry Stackhouse’s classic Spaghetti basketball shoe is back in low-top form and is better than ever. The Fila Spaghetti Low features a suede and mesh upper for enhanced comfort and up-to-the-minute style.

These Fila basketball shoes are also equipped with an EVA midsole for exceptional cushioning, a padded tongue and collar for comfortable support, and a rubber outsole for durability and traction.


Cushion. More of a lifestyle offering, the Fila Spaghetti Low features a cushioned EVA midsole for all-day comfort. The EVA midsole offers increased support and exceptional shock absorption to cushion your every step.

Traction. These low-top basketball shoes are equipped with a grippy rubber outsole that ensures durability and traction on any surface.


Length and Width. Currently, there is no information regarding how the Spaghetti Low actually fits; however, one retailer suggests going a half size larger when ordering these Fila basketball shoes.

Lockdown. Similar to its mid-top counterpart, the Fila Spaghetti Low has a lace-up closure with multi-layered support straps for a locked-in fit.


The upper of these Fila basketball shoes are constructed with a combination of leather, mesh, and suede. The leather and textile upper is wrapped with a nubuck/suede mudguard for increased support. A mesh tongue offers enhanced breathability while a padded collar provides added comfort.


This modern icon offers a street-ready look with its chunky silhouette and tonal shades. Embroidered Fila branding on the pull tab, tongue, toe box, and back heel complete the Fila Spaghetti Low’s signature retro look.

Special Colorways of the Fila Spaghetti Low

The Fila Spaghetti Low is sold in the following tonal colors:

  • Black/White
  • Black/White/Red
  • Cream
  • White/Black
  • White/Navy/Gum


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