10 Best White Basketball Shoes in 2021

Dimitrije Curcic
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10 Best White Basketball Shoes in 2021

Best overall

The Puma Clyde All-Pro is assessed to be even better than, or at least comparable to, the Nike Kobe 9, which critics say is among the greatest basketball shoes. The All-Pro's bad points are either easy to remedy or just because of personal preference. Copping the low-top Puma Clyde All-Pro, therefore, won't be a bad decision.
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The Nike Adapt BB 2.0 is a specialty basketball sneaker that delivers a unique playing experience on the hardwood. The high-tech FitAdapat system is simple to use while the Zoom Air Turbo cushion is both comfortable and responsive. However, all these premium technologies come at a steep price. Serious hoopers looking for the latest and greatest can settle for the LeBrons or Air Jordan XXXV.
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Best Nike

The Nike Kyrie Low 4 is quite hard to resist. Its weaknesses are well compensated for by how noteworthy the shoe's actual strengths are. In simpler words, this shoe is another case of the advantages outweighing the disadvantages. Getting this pair won't be a bad idea at all.
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The Zoom Freak 2 is a decent performer for me due to its amazing fit, lockdown, and traction, but is weighed down by its minimal cushion. The other minor area of warning is ventilation and midfoot support, where the lack of any midfoot shank may cause some pain for those with prior midfoot pain. The Zoom Freak 2 was very close to being a great performer if the cushioning was upgraded!
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Best kobe bryant

Nike basketball's latest Kobe Bryant silhouette delivers no-nonsense performance on the court. These low-top basketball shoes have excellent ankle support and long-lasting traction. Owners of the Mamba Fury also love the comfortable and responsive feel of the forefoot Nike Zoom Air cushion. Although there are much better performance models for a few bucks more (such as the Nike PG 4), the Nike Mamba Fury remains a must-cop for any player who would like to pay tribute to the late Lakers legend.
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Nike is right in bringing back the Nike Kobe 6 in its Protro version because the anticipation and eventual reception are crazy! Boy, the shoe surely did not disappoint, especially performance-wise! Kobe fans and serious basketball players are just so happy to get their hands (and feet) on the Kobe 6 again.
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Best Jordan

The Jordan One Take II is not having the best welcome. Of course, it has its strengths, but major performance issues are easily pointed out. Even at its relatively cheap $100 price point, there are still better options out there.
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The third installment of Russell Westbrook's sneaker is a welcome addition to his growing signature line. The deconstructed upper offers reliable support that won't weigh you down. The low-to-the-ground Zoom Air cushioning also provides a comfortable and responsive ride. Overall, the Jordan Why Not Zer0.3 is a solid all-around hoop shoe that both guards and big men will enjoy.
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Best budget

The Nike Renew Elevate reportedly gets the job done. It offers comfort, durability, and style. However, this is only according to a handful of commenters and reviewers. Assessments can still chance once more reviews start rolling in.
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The Nike Precision 5 easily gets a warm welcome from expert hoopers, recreational ballers, and even casual wearers because of the quality and comfort that it offers. This one is really a worthy purchase, and it is not even such an expensive shoe to begin with!
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Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.