With the release of the Harden Vol. 6, adidas successfully brought excellence back to the Harden signature shoe line.
This Jordan Luka 1 performance review tackles the high potential that Luka Doncic’s first signature shoe has to offer, along with the areas it can improve on.
Along with its great all-around performance, the Nike PG 6 made a crucial switch that changes the signature line’s direction.
This Nike KD15 performance review gives you a glimpse of the unique feature that Nike has introduced in Kevin Durant’s 15th signature shoe.
The Li-Ning Way of Wade 10 performs the best among its predecessors, and may even be the best basketball shoe of 2022.
If you’re looking for a low-to-the-ground basketball shoe that boasts excellent traction, the Nike Kyrie 5 Low is the way to go.
Tons of controversies surrounded the making of the Nike Kyrie Infinity, but as it turns out, it’s a great basketball shoe after all.
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The Nike Giannis Immortality will be highly-sought after and shall definitely make its case for the best budget sneaker of 2021.