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The beat goes on as basketball styles evolve

The game and its maestros are ever evolving. And no matter where your game is at, a wide variety of men’s basketball shoes can help you stay tuned into it all.


Names in the game

You know the names. There’s a reason for that. They’re the best at what they do. So it’s only natural to want to rep the royalty of hoops. LeBron James is the “King” because of his string of finals appearances. Kyrie Irving changed teams but still dominates the point. Paul George is a gold medalist and perennial all-star. Russell Westbrook is Mr. Triple-Double on the court and kills it with his unique style sense off the hardwood.

Retiring from the courts doesn’t seem to minimize a player’s sneaker game. Michael Jordan continues to sell out every drop of his signature lineup of sneakers, and the retro releases that honor his legacy. Kobe Bryant called it a career in 2016, but his sneaker game is as strong as ever with the next generation. Walt “Clyde” Frazier earned his namesake shoe as a New York point guard in 1973 and has seen it remain a street staple ever since.


Built to turn heads

Simply wearing the look of a legend says a lot about you. It speaks to the premium you place on a style that catches all the right attention. And signature basketball kicks are built to tell all kinds of stories.

The upper makes the LeBron 16 instantly recognizable, as the ribbed knit texturing is a continuation of the Battleknit that debuted on the LeBron 15. This gives you a multilayered look and lots of color blocking options, all without the weight. The 16 also features a bold embossed lion on the heel.

The latest Jay, the Air Jordan XXXIII, goes away from laces to debut FastFit tech. A small window under the outsole lets you see the inner workings, where a pulley system lets you grab the loop and pull for an instant fit. And the oversized tongue recalls lace shrouds of past Jays, while providing a billboard for that world-renowned Jumpman logo.

The Kyrie 5 drew inspiration from the “all-seeing eye” associated with Egyptian pyramids. That speaks to Irving’s game, though, in the way he sees the floor as maybe the best point guard in the game. But it adds interesting lines to his signature silhouette, and color blocking options as well.

The PUMA Clyde family has grown from the original PUMA Clyde that has become such a staple of streetwear. It now includes the PUMA Clyde Court, a return to a performance-inspired model, with widened lacing for improved lockdown. A mesh upper and the swooping PUMA offer coloring options, and it all sits atop that frosty translucent midsole that sneaker fans love so much.


Ready to rock

Maybe you’re dialed into the latest launches, or maybe you’re more focused on colorways that fit your look. In any case, you’re sure to find men’s basketball shoes that are ready for you to wear in whatever way fits your style. On the court or off, it’s always game on.