• Top


    Basketball sneakers that rise well above the ankle to keep sprints and jumps stable and well-supported. You sure can fly high when you have high-top basketball shoes to tie.


    Basketball sneakers that rise just up to where the ankles are. Providing support and flexibility so fine, mid-top basketball shoes surely hold the line.


    Basketball shoes that leave the ankles exposed for a better range of motion. Be flexible with your blows, get basketball shoes that are low.

  • Signature

    Good to know

    Some basketball shoes embody the athleticism and symbolize the life of certain on-court legends. Hooping will surely be fine when you get kicks from their signature lines.

  • Lockdown


    Hoop shoes that drop the traditional laces in favor of velcro straps for better efficiency. Secure strap basketball shoes, and have them in various hues.


    Basketball shoes that stick with the good old laces for that familiar security and lockdown. Get lace-up basketball shoes to tie because they never go out of style.


    Basketball shoes with uppers that provide a glove-like fit without the help of any lockdown mechanism. Do nothing but go in with slip-on basketball shoes .

    Good to know

    Some basketball shoes combine the powers of more than one lockdown styles for an improved fit and a much more stable ride. Get more bases covered with these basketball shoes.

  • Price
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  • 68 / 100 | Zak Kerr

    The Peak TP9-3 is not a bad shoe in any category but it isn't amazing either. It's nothing overwhelming. just an average shoe all around.

  • 68 / 100 | WearTesters

    The Peak TP9-3 is not a bad shoe in any category but it isn't amazing either. It's nothing overwhelming. just an average shoe all around.

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French professional basketball player Tony Parker left the Swoosh and signed with the prestigious Chinese shoe brand Peak in 2013. His endorsement deal is worth between $2.6 and $4 million.  The Peak TP 3 was released in March 2016 at $120.

The shoe model comes with the GRADIENTdual and Cushion-3 technologies in the midsole. These are cushioning setups that provide court feel and responsiveness fit for speedy players like Tony Parker. The synthetic leather upper is paired with mesh for a durable and breathable ride. The traction is solid and works well on clean courts. The TP 3 receives stellar feedback for the ankle cushioning.

Other famous brands also offer shoes of the same or even better caliber. The Jordan brand has Russell Westbrook’s 2nd signature shoe. In 2018, Puma Hoops released the Clyde Court Disrupt. Recently, Damian Lillard’s 5th Adidas shoe slowly release meaningful colorways.

Cushion. The midsole of the TP 3 features two technologies: GRADIENTdual at the forefoot and Cushion-3 at the heel. The GRADIENTdual is a setup of three-layered foam. It provides exemplary responsiveness and court feel.

The Cushion-3 is one of the older technologies of the company. According to Peak Sport, the technology has “three materials – shock-absorbing ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) in the middle heel, an energy storage system (ESS) material below the EVA, and a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) window in the outsole – [that] create a stage-by-stage shock-absorption process. During landing, the impact force on the heel is absorbed by the EVA and ESS materials through deformation; the enclosed air pressure and the ESS material then work to reverse the deformation quickly, bringing the material back to its original state and applying vertical force.”

Traction. The outsole of the Peak TP 3 is solid rubber at the heel and translucent rubber at the forefoot area. The wavy herringbone traction pattern provides a phenomenal court grip on clean and indoor courts. The multidirectional footwork of the wearer is supported by the outrigger and the traction pattern. It prevents ankle roll injuries.

Length and Width. The Peak TP 3 runs long and narrow. Most wearers advise new purchasers to go down half a size for a comfortable fit. There are some users who chose true-to-size and double up their socks for a snug fit. For new buyers with wider feet, they can choose a different shoe model, or fit the shoe on an outlet first before buying.

Lockdown. The Peak TP 3 uses the standard lacing system. By tightening the shoelaces in the midfoot area, a snug fit is achieved. The ankle collar has a thick and plush foam padding which gives a comfortable hug on the ankles. The rear of the shoe is reinforced by an external heel counter. It prevents heel slippage during both lateral and linear movements of the wearer.

The upper of the Peak TP 3 boasts the COOLfree technology. It is a combination of perforated synthetic leather and mesh. The synthetic leather provides an overall durability to the shoe. The overlays on the forefoot provides durability, which is necessary for occasional toe drags.

The Peak TP 3 is a mid-top shoe with company logos on the lateral side and on the tongue. To signify that the shoe is part of Tony Parker’s series, a “PARKER” callout is located in the forefoot area. His signature and jersey number are embossed on the outsole. His dainty logo is located on the heel cup of the shoe.

The third Peak signature shoe of Tony Parker comes in different colorways wearers can enjoy:

  • Black/White
  • Christmas
  • Metallic Silver
  • Navy Marine
  • White/Black