It’s been a while since the Kobe IV, a low top signature, made its debut. Five years later, lows are still considered taboo on-court.
Statistically speaking, there are more injuries (ankles especially) from those that wear mid or high top sneakers on-court versus low tops but even then most players are too scared to try a pair out for themselves. If you are one of those players, let me put your mind at ease with The Best Low Cut Basketball Shoes Available Now. If you are going to try out a pair of lows on-court, one of these should be your first.
Nightwing2303 is the owner / publisher of KicksOnCourt and contributor to Sneaker Report. He hoops on the regular and loves sneaker tech as much as he loves food, and he really loves his food. You can keep up with Nightwing2303′s on and off court adventures on Twitter and Instagram.