Kevin Durant’s latest Nike signature model is a strong contender for his best yet. It’s cushioned with visible Zoom Air and features a sock-like Flyknit upper.
James Harden’s first signature sneaker was a long time coming, but Adidas delivered in a big way with the Harden Vol. 1, which features a knitted construction and full-length Boost cushioning.
If you’re not quite ready to drop $175 on the LeBron 14, James’ Zoom LeBron Soldier 10 takedown model can be found on sale.