Who should buy the Anta KT 4

The Anta KT 4 is a solid choice if:

  • You are looking for a well-cushioned shoe that shields feet against hard landings.
  • You prefer a basketball shoe grippy enough on clean courts.
  • An easy-to-wear sneaker to keep up with your fast-paced lifestyle. 

Who should not buy the Anta KT4

Players who value design originality might get disappointed with this shoe as many observed that it looks like LeBron 15 and Lebron 16. Also, basketball enthusiasts who play mostly outdoors might find the Anta KT 4 inappropriate because of its soft outsole. The Anta KT 3 could be a good option for them. 

Profile of the Anta KT 4

The Anta KT 4 is the fourth release from the Chinese brand’s Klay Thompson signature series. Following the “Do not fix what ain’t broken” mantra, these basketball shoes have similar features that are also found on the KT 3 - the fingerprint pattern on the outsole and the cutout at the back of the heel. A new feature found on these basketball shoes is the A-FlashFoam technology.


Cushion. The Anta KT 4 features the A-FlashFoam cushion under the heel area. This technology is made of a thick foam that absorbs the impact as the foot hits the ground. It is caged on the lateral side in order to ensure that lateral movements are stable and traction is maximized.

Traction. The outsole of the Anta KT 4 is made of a solid rubber compound. It features the fingerprint pattern that is similar to the one found on the KT 3 model. It provides superb traction on both clean and dusty courts.


Length and Width. These basketball shoes fit true to size, lengthwise. Widthwise, though, some reviews mention that it is a bit narrow, but eventually stretches because of the knit material.

Lockdown. The Anta KT 4 uses Flywire-like eyelets that extend to the insole. Once the laces are tied, they can keep the midfoot locked in. Also, it features a one-bootie construction, which also effectively locks the foot in.


The material used on the upper of the Anta KT 4 is called A-Web. This technology features a 360-degree ventilation function. It comes in three layers, namely the upper mesh, lower mesh, and the middle EVA layer. Together, these materials create a soft, comfortable, supportive, and protective fit.


The silhouette of the Anta KT 4 looks similar to the LeBron 15 basketball shoes. The KT 4 have a high-top collar with a cutout at the back of the heel, a carry-over feature from the KT 3. As a result, these shoes offer enough ankle support without restricting ankle movement.

Special Colorways of the Anta KT 4

The Anta KT 4 comes in basic and special colorways as listed below:

  • Black
  • Black/Metal Gold/Green
  • Blue
  • Orange/Grey
  • Purple/Orange/White
  • Red
  • Red/Black/White
  • White/Blue
  • Yellow/White

Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 Camouflage

This Anta KT 4 colorway uses a green, black, grey, and white color combination in a camouflage print.

Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 Christmas

The Christmas colorway of the Anta KT 4 is dressed in fluorescent green, fluorescent red, and white color combo.

Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 Make It Rain

This Anta KT 4 colorway is engineered with a striking black, white, blue, and purple combination.

Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 On Fire

Aptly named the Anta KT On Fire, these basketball shoes feature an all-red upper sitting atop a red and white outsole.

Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 Shock The Game

The Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 Shock The Game colorway comes in a combination of black, metal gold, and white.

Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 Still Waters Run Deep

The color combination of the Anta KT 4 is composed of black, white, and green.

Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 Veteran’s Day

An attractive Anta Klay Thompson KT 4 colorway is released that is inspired by Veteran’s Day. It has a mix of solid blue and blue and white camouflage design.

Facts / Specs

Weight: 399g
Top: Mid
Signature: Klay Thompson
Lockdown: Lace-Up, Slip-On
Collection: Anta Kt
Features: Ankle support

Compare popularity Interactive

Compare the popularity of another shoe to Anta KT 4:

Anta KT 4 video reviews

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.