The fall and winter is a good time to be a sneakerhead as some of the most sought-after sneakers are due to be released in the upcoming months. For those of you who don’t know, a sneakerhead is someone who collects limited, rare, exclusive and original sneakers. From Jordans to Nikes, sneakerheads spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars each month just to get the newest colorway. While some never actually wear the shoes they buy, others walk around in them proudly for everyone to see.
But as with most obsessions, buying new sneakers can get pricey. Some retro Jordans cost up to $500 and more! Luckily for those who are simply on the hunt for a good pair of sneakers, there are much cheaper alternatives. We’ve researched and found a few pairs of sneakers that look good and won’t break the bank.
- Fila Men’s Flexnet Memory Basketball Shoe. Featuring a nubuck and synthetic upper with patent accents and breathable perforations, the Fila Flexnet Memory basketball shoes are great to run up and down the court in.
- Reebok Men’s Buckets VI Basketball Shoe. A great shoe for both the hardwood and streets, the Reebok Men’s Buckets VI basketball shoes offers a supportive and comfortable fit thanks to its unique foam cushioning.
- Fila Men’s DLS Game Ball Basketball Shoe. With a lightweight synthetic upper in a supportive midtop design, the Fila Men’s DLS Game Ball basketball shoe is full of support — from the padded tongue to the cushioned footbed.
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