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Low-Top Basketball shoes

Basketball shoes are conventionally represented as high-top footwear. In 2008, Kobe Bryant and his NBA triumph normalized the use of low-top basketball shoes in the NBA and the rest of the world. 

NBA stars’ low-top basketball shoes

Kobe Bryant’s shoes had mostly been low-tops since the much celebrated release of the Kobe IV in 2008. In fact, this very same shoe got retrieved as a new and improved Protro–or retro with modern twists– in late 2019.

Aside from Bryant, his Nike colleague Paul George is also fond of low-top basketball shoes. Paul George’s signature line has produced only low-tops. 

Nike golden boy LeBron James, though he sticks to the conventional high-top basketball shoes in his games, also releases low-top versions of his major shoes. The first half of 2020 saw the release of the Nike LeBron 17 Low.

Over at Adidas, 2018 MVP James Harden is a certified low-top basketball shoe lover. All the releases from his signature line are high-performing low-tops. Why? Simple; he himself is a big Kobe Bryant fan. 

Under Armour cover boy Stephen Curry, like LeBron James, is usually seen donning high-tops on the hard court. But this doesn’t stop him from releasing low-top versions of his highly personalized signatures. He created quite a stir when the fifth and sixth Curry shoes debuted as low-tops.

Low-top basketball shoes for sale

Signature low-tops can be a bit pricey simply because they are attached to a big star’s name. If you are looking for cheap low-top basketball shoes, you can go for non-signature offerings. Nike has the low versions of the Hyperdunks and the Max Infuriates. Adidas, for its part, offers great deals for the low versions of the Crazy Explosives.