Basketball shoes are worn as lifestyle sneakers, so it is not a surprise that they come in a variety of colors including pink varieties. Others may raise their eyebrows because pink is traditionally feminine color, but hey, basketball is actually for women, too! Besides, pink does not only stand for girls or femininity; this color also stands for certain causes such as cancer awareness, which is often referenced by Kevin Durant basketball shoes.
Quite simply, there are a lot of pink basketball shoes out there. Choosing the right pair can be such a chore. To ease your burden, we present here our top pink basketball shoe picks.
To ensure the objectivity and validity of our picks, we stick to the following:
buy the pink basketball shoes using our own money to get rid of bias
test the shoes in actual games before making any assessment
weigh in the opinions of others, especially those from outside RunRepeat, before we make conclusions
In addition to our short but fairly detailed product descriptions, we also calculate the Corescore of each shoe. The Corescore is basically the weighted average of all the individual ratings that we gather from all over the web.
The Nike LeBron 18 is a much-hyped shoe that simply did not live up to the expectations of many. While all experts agree that this is “definitely a big boy shoe,” most of them stop short of saying that it is a “complete performance beast.” The good news is that there is still a wide array of excellent basketball shoes to choose from for less than $200.
True to the LeBron name, the low version of the Nike LeBron 18 puts performance as its topmost priority. Still, it is not for everyone; smaller and quicker guards will surely have a hard time appreciating it. Big men who prioritize comfort, on the other hand, will have hit the jackpot with this shoe.
The Nike KD 8 was expected to deliver, and it surely did not disappoint. The materials and Nike technologies used to create it have worked together to deliver high levels of support, comfort, traction, and even aesthetics. There are complaints here and there, but they are more the exception rather than the rule.
Highly rated: The second Donovan Mitchell basketball shoe is well-received by the market; it has got a lot of five-star ratings from wearers.
Stylish: A good number of wearers just loves the DON Issue #2's aesthetics.
Comfortable: Many reviewers report that they don't feel any discomfort even if they wear these Adidas basketball shoes for a long time.
Materials: A number of wearers share that the Adidas DON Issue 2 feels great.
Supportive: A good number of wearers have really good words for the type of lockdown that this shoe provides.
Price: Several reviewers are happy with the quality that they're getting for a relatively low price.
Traction: A few commenters say that these basketball shoes really have a nice grip.
Need break-in. A few wearers say that the Adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 has fit problems initially, but these issues go away once the shoes are broken in.
The Adidas D.O.N. Issue #2 is a good follow-up to the successful #1. Still priced at a fairly affordable $100, this basketball shoe delivers in terms of comfort, support, and style. There are issues, but they seem like ones that disappear once the shoe gets broken in. Compared to other basketball shoes, this basketball sneaker is already a good catch.
According to a handful, the shell material causes some discomfort.
The updated Adidas Pro Model 2G looks and performs just as well as the original. The herringbone traction provides a reliable grip no matter the court condition. The Pro Model 2G’s updated Bounce midsole also offers cushioned comfort all day long. All in all, these retro basketball sneakers are a steal for its price. Fans of the original are delighted with how these Adidas shoes turned out.
Some owners are disappointed that the Air Jordan OG doesn't have the original version's forefoot Zoom Air unit.
The toe box of the Women's Jordan OG is quite roomy, several reviewers gripe.
After spending over two decades in the vault, Jordan Brand finally decided to bring back the first women's Air Jordan basketball shoe. Buyers love the premium and supple feel of the genuine and synthetic leather upper. They also appreciate the all-day comfort of the heel Air-sole unit. Overall, Jordan Brand did an excellent job with this almost perfect retro release. The Air Jordan OG is an excellent casual and performance hoop shoe.
Like its predecessor, the 2019 version of the Adidas Pro Bounce offers excellent value for its price. Owners just love the comfort and support brought about by the flexible Bounce midsole and lightweight textile upper. They also appreciate the shoe's stylish design. Overall, the Adidas Pro Bounce 2019 is a well-made basketball shoe that delivers dependable performance on the court.
The Adidas Dame 6 is a solid on-court performer. The Lightstrike cushioning offers the right amount of court feel, responsiveness, and impact protection. The shoe’s materials also do a great job of supporting and locking in the foot. All things considered, these D Lillard basketball sneakers are fun to hoop in.
The low-top version of the Adidas Pro Bounce 2019 delivers decent performance for its value-oriented price. Owners just love the responsiveness of the Bounce midsole. The lightweight textile upper also does an excellent job of supporting the foot during quick side-to-side movements. However, shifty players may be disappointed with the shoe's inconsistent traction.
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.