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Originally released in 2013, the low-top Fila 96 makes a comeback in 2019 in all its OG glory. The Fila 96 Low boasts a full grain leather upper, molded EVA sockliner, and RB+EVA outsole.

Cushion. The Fila 96 Low is equipped with a cushioned RB+EVA midsole that provides all-day comfort. A molded EVA sockliner offers added cushioning and comfort.

Traction. Like the mid-top Fila 96, these low-top basketball shoes feature a textured rubber outsole that offers durable traction on any surface.

Length and Width. Because of the limited number of reviews, it is hard t tell how these low-tops actually fit. It is still best to order your actual size when ordering the shoes online.

Lockdown. The Fila 96 Low has a front lace closure and a heel hook-and-loop strap that provides a fully customizable fit.

These low-top basketball shoes from Fila boast a full grain leather upper that provides durable support. A textile and leather lining provides added comfort.

The classic Fila 96 aka Grant Hill 2 returns in 2019 in its OG low-top form. The Fila logo lands on the tongue, quarter panel, and adjustable back strap.

These low-top Fila basketball shoes are available in the following classic colorways:

  • Black/White
  • White/Navy Blue


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