Verdict from 2 experts and 8 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The honeycomb traction pattern on the Peak Streetball Master performs beastly on outdoor courts.
  • The raised midsole at the sides of the shoe keeps the foot from slipping out of the footbed.
  • These Peak basketball shoes deliver nice step-in comfort, say many wearers.
  • The majority of basketball shoe shoppers are surprised with that the Peak Streetball Master is only for $65.
  • The outrigger on the lateral side of these low-top basketball shoes  helps prevent ankle rolls, observe some testers.
  • A great number of reviewers say that even after months of playing, the outsole rubber still shows no sign of wear and tear.
  • Most Peak Streetball Master owners say that the textile upper delivers excellent comfort but nowhere near the greatness of the upper in the 16th Nike LeBron James shoe model.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A handful of reviewers claim that the midsole of the Peak Streetball Master is stiff and does not absorb impact well.
  • At least a couple of testers mention that the outsole rubber attracts so much dust that frequent wiping is necessary even in indoor courts.

Bottom line

The Peak Streetball Master has proven that great performing signature shoes need not be expensive. These outdoor shoes bust the myth that translucent outsole rubbers fail to perform or that they wear out easily. These Peak basketball shoes are definitely a great choice for those with a tight budget or those who are just starting to learn how to play basketball. Get a pair and see for yourself.

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Good to know

The Peak Streetball Master is a signature shoe of the two-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year Lou Williams. These low-top basketball shoes are released in the middle of 2017 at an affordable price of $65. It comes with an EVA midsole for responsiveness. The herringbone traction pattern works well outdoors. The woven textile upper is durable and flexible for a comfortable use.

Cushion. The responsiveness of the Peak Streetball Master comes from the shock-absorbing EVA midsole with ESS. The ESS, or Energy Storage System, functions like Nike’s Zoom technology. It absorbs impact and then bounces back to deliver an explosive energy return.

Traction. It is believed that translucent outsole rubbers are not suitable for outdoor play. The Peak Streetball Master  busts this myth. Depending on the colorway, the outsole of the Peak Streetball Master is made of either solid or translucent rubber. It features herringbone, and Peak states that the outsole is specifically set up for outdoor use.

Length and Width. The Peak Streetball Master runs true to size. However, there is a bit of toe space according to reviewers. Wearers with normal-sized feet can double their socks or go down half a size. Wide footers will not have an issue with the fit as the textile upper stretches over time.

Lockdown. The Peak Streetball Master uses a standard lace-up system. The tongue comes with a loop to keep it in place.

The Peak Streetball Master comes with a woven textile upper. This material is durable, flexible, and breathable. Fuse overlays are found on high-wear areas to serve as extra protection. To achieve a more comfortable fit, the ankle and inner walls of the shoe are padded.

The Peak Streetball Master is a low-top basketball shoe with a woven upper that features an ornate honeycomb pattern.  As such, the shoe is so easy to match with any outfit.

The Peak Streetball Master comes in a number of colorways:

  • Black/Green
  • Gray/White
  • Red/White
  • White/Black


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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.