The Ultimate Fall Shoe Guide


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The right pair of basketball shoes is sure to provide the desired protection, traction and avoid injuries while on the track. But it is important to choose the type of shoe that matches the game. Here are some things to keep in mind when looking for the right shoes:

What kind of shoe size do you have?

Even if you think you know your shoe size, it is still worth measuring your feet so often. The feet change size and shape over time. Knowing the exact width and length is crucial to buying the well-fitted shoes.

Basic styles

The basketball shoes come in three specific styles: low-tops, mid-tops and high-tops. The preferred style of shoes depends on your playing style.

Low-tops are the lightest score and are appreciated by players who depend on speed and speed. But this type of shoe is not the most effective at providing support to the ankles.

The mid tops are the most popular style and support up to the height of the ankle. This means that freedom of movement is not compromised and a perfect all-round choice for beginners and skilled players.

The peaks provide the greatest degree of stability and foot support. But the extra material to support the ankle means they are the heaviest option.

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Another issue to consider in the process of choosing the right shoes relates to the style of play. Let's look at some of the different options:

The all-round player is involved in several things on the course and will likely benefit from wearing the mid-top shoes. They can provide the desired flexibility, cushioning and support, while not being too heavy or bulky.

For those players who rely on speed and speed, it is important to wear the lightest shoes to avoid holding back. The low tops are the preferred choice and still provide a useful amount of cushioning and support.

The power players who spend a lot of time on jumping and physical contact want the shoes that provide the highest stability and cushioning. This type of player is not affected by the heavy shoes so mid-tops or high-tops can make a practical choice.

Try before you buy

Before you make the decision to buy a certain pair of basketball shoes, be sure to try them out to get an accurate feel of the fit. The best time to try the shoes is after a workout or at the end of the day as your feet expand after being active.