Over the past few years, we’ve seen a few NBA players bring unconventional kicks to the hardwood. Heck, some of us have even gotten served in a pickup game by those balling in non-basketball shoes. With that in mind, we take a look at ten shoes from non-basketball sport categories that would work well on the hardwood or the blacktop.
Nike Free Trainer 7.0 NRG
Mesh lining, Dynamic Flywire support and a Nike Free sole point to a comfy fit on the Nike Free Trainer 7.0 NRG. While Nike Free isn’t typically a hardwood favorite, we’ve seen aspects of it incorporated into the Huarache line. Between said specs and the model’s mid-top cut, this training shoe could be capable of going coast to coast.