Best Basketball Shoes

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Ankle injury is likely to occur due to a sprain, tearing of the ligament, and fracture in the ankle.

You have no margin to comprise the protection of your ankles especially if you are suffering from bad and weak ankles.

Best Basketball Shoes For Ankle Support

  • NIKE LEBRON SOLDIER IX. This is a shoe that I can’t get out of my head. CRAZY amounts of support and lockdown throughout the whole foot.

The LeBron Soldier IX has ZOOM AIR cushioning in the heel and forefoot and the FLYWIRE cable system for lockdown. The upper mesh with Fuse in high-wear areas.

The main thing about the shoe’s support is the 360-degree strap system. Holy sh*t! Those straps lock in your foot so confidently, pair that with a heel counter and FLYWIRE and you have something very awesome. I’ve never had a feeling of such support and lockdown, seriously, and it doesn’t compromise comfort or mobility that much.

  • ADIDAS CRAZYLIGHT BOOST 2016. Currently my favorite shoe that screams all-around performance, comfort and killer support for a low top.
    The CLB 2016 has full-length BOOST cushioning, the SPRINTPLATE technology for torsional support and a Continental Rubber outsole. The upper comes in two options: jacquard and Primeknit. I’d recommend going with jacquard if you want a bit more support.

So the shoe almost feels like it’s made for explosive and fast players. It is extremely stable, comfortable, awesome all-around performance and most importantly, they have killer support for such a light and mobile shoe.

The fit is pretty much perfect, which already makes it very supportive. Pair that with SPRINTPLATE, a heel counter and a torsional bar – and you have a super comfy shoe that’s very supportive.

  • AIR JORDAN XX9.This shoe never leaves my best lists. It’s an all-around beast that has one of the best upper materials ever that makes it a very supportive, yet very comfortable basketball shoe.
    The AJ XX9 has ZOOM AIR cushioning in the forefoot, the Flight Web cable system for lockdown and FlightPlate for smooth step transitions and a better cushioning experience. The upper is the one and only Performance Woven.

Best Basketball Shoes For Wide Feet

 

Orthofeet Bunions sneaker Review

The Orthofeet is not a basketball shoe. And yet, it’s on my list of good basketball shoes for feet. The wide width offers added support for the under armour men. Why’s that?

Even though it’s not sports foot-gear, it’s not far away from it either. The Orthofeet is both athletic footwear as well as a medical gear to treat plantar fascistic.

Those of you who are unaware of the term should know that it is a foot’s medical condition. The material offers the best support to the wider foot.

The performance shoes are true to size. To be specific, the heel of the foot. So, if you have issues with the heel, then you should take a look at it.

Traction

You shouldn’t have high hope in terms of grip. It isn’t bad on the tarmac. But when you put the Bunions material on test on the wooden floors, you would have a hard time balancing yourself. And to be fair, it’s wrong to expect too much from the shoe material.

Cushioning

Orthofeet shoes are for people with foot issues. So, it shouldn’t surprise you to find out that the material is quite comfortable to wear. And why shouldn’t they be?

The Bunions has a premium insole with multiple layers of cushions inside it. As a result, you get improved leg support, which helps to ease the pain.

Sizes

The shoe comes in a lot of sizes and works best for wide feet in 2021. So, finding the right size and fit won’t be an issue. Even if you have a wider foot than usual, they got you covered with an X-wide size.

The high top with sock liner material offers comfort to the wider foot. Therefore, these are the best shoes that fit the wider feet and offer ankle support.

Pros:

· Exceptional comfort.

· Protects the foot.

· It helps to ease the pain.

· Comfortable sock liner.

· Quality material with support.

· Perfect for people with wider feet.

Cons:

· The shoe grip isn’t satisfactory.

 

 

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