Verdict from 1 expert and 9 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • According to most testers, the KT4 Low plays a lot like the mid-top Anta KT4. They claim that both shoes are pretty much the same.
  • These Klay Thompson basketball shoes fit true to size, a good number of players observe. One even claims that the lows fit better than the mids.
  • The traction is just incredible, a good number of reviewers claim. Dust pickup is very minimal, and the rubber sticks to the floor like glue.
  • Nearly all reviewers observe that the KT4 Low’s outsole is extra durable and will hold up outdoors.
  • The cushioning is very comfortable, many testers comment. They claim that the cushioning is quite responsive and offers a ton of impact protection.
  • The quality of the materials is just excellent, a tester exclaims. According to him, these Anta shoes require zero break-in time.
  • Most testers comment that the support and lockdown of the Anta KT4 Low are just great.
  • A lot of commenters love how these low-top basketball shoes look.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A tester gripes that the cushioning feels too soft.
  • Like the mid-top KT4, a reviewer dislikes the high offset of the KT4 Low.
  • Several commenters are complaining that these low-top basketball shoes from Anta have limited sizing options.

Bottom line

The Anta KT4 Low has everything the mid-tops have and then some. Reviewers claim that these low-tops have quality materials, a better overall fit, tackier traction, and a more durable outsole. Overall, these low-top Klay Thompson basketball shoes are quite the performer on and off the hardwood. Go ahead and cop a pair if you want an affordable on-court performer that is also comfortable and stylish to wear off-court.

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Good to know

These low-top Klay Thompson basketball sneakers from Anta boast an A-Web upper for durable comfort. A hollow-shaped heel TPU provides increased lockdown while extended TPU wings offer added support and torsional rigidity.

The KT4 Low also features an A-FlashFoam midsole for excellent shock absorption and an abrasion-resistant outsole for phenomenal traction.

Cushion. The KT4 Low is equipped with Anta’s new-generation A-FlashFoam cushioning that offers increased impact protection. At the midfoot, an embedded TPU shank provides added support and torsional rigidity.

Traction. These low-tops from Anta basketball boast an abrasion-resistant rubber outsole for increased durability. A fingerprint-like traction pattern offers multidirectional coverage on any surface.

Length and Width. The low-top version of the Anta KT4 reportedly fits true to size. Buyers can get their real size when ordering the shoes from online retailers.

Lockdown. To keep the foot locked in, Anta equipped the KT4 Low with TPU wings and a hollow-shaped heel TPU piece.

The TPU wings extend up to the midfoot and act like a cage that prevents the foot from sliding off the footbed. The hollow-shaped heel TPU offers added support and provides a locked-in feel.

The KT4 Low is equipped with Anta's A-Web technology that provides long-lasting comfort. The upper is made of high-tenacity fabric for increased support and durability. At the forefoot, ventilation holes keep the foot fresh and comfortable all game long.

Anta ditched the single cleatie construction used on the mid-tops and equipped the KT4 Low with a more traditional tongue for easy on and off. The shoe’s sleek silhouette also has minimal branding for a clean overall look.

These low-top Klay Thompson basketball sneakers are available in the following color options:

  • Black/White
  • Blue/Black/White ‘Blue Hawk’
  • Fluorescent Orange/Yellow/Water Green ‘Easter’
  • Sky Blue ‘Iceman’
  • Yellow/Black


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