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NBA Signature Shoes

If you are superstar in the NBA then you've probably got your own shoe. We look at some of the All Star's kicks!

Basketball Shoes – Jordan Melo M4

Jordan Melo M4 When you are as big as Carmelo Anthony, you've gotta have world-class shoes. With the Jordan Melo M4 you get just that. The shoes feature great stability and comfort and, with the ankle sleeve, you get a nice fit. Plus it's a good looking shoe - the gold and black combination works well together. The M4 is definitely a winner in our eyes! Retail at $120 US.

Basketball Shoes - Converse WADE 3

Converse WADE 3 Dwyane Wade's game has reached new levels every year and so has his shoe. The third installment of the WADE series, the WADE 3, is as elite as basketball shoes come. Made from the best materials, the shoe features leather trim on the side that makes this shoe look as smooth and classy as Dwyane himself. The WADE 3 is one of the few basketball shoes you can wear on the streets. The shoe is also very comfortable - the red padded tongue and interior give you a lot of comfort on the floor. Retail - $100 US.

Basketball Shoes - Nike Zoom LeBron V

Nike Zoom LeBron VLeBron James' signature kicks are a little different than years past. This year's version is a little more refined and the royal colors of blue and gold fit King James perfectly. The shoe looks good on LeBron, but it might not look as good on other people's feet. Plus, it is a little on the heavy side, but if it works for LeBron then it works for us as well! Retail - $140 US.

Basketball Shoes - adidas TS Lightspeed T-Mac

adidas TS Lightspeed T-MacTracy McGrady's new signature shoe is the lightest shoe adidas has ever made. The technology in this shoe is simply amazing. You have a lot of stability - which is good when you make cuts - and the shoe has great ventilation so your feet can breath. It's got a smooth look to it as well. The tile pattern in the front of the shoe is off the hook. Look for T-Mac to be doing some series highlight plays in these kicks this season! Retail - $100 US.

Basketball Shoes – Starbury II Hightops

Starbury II Hightops A $15 shoe? Yes that's right, you can get a quality b-ball shoe for the price of a CD. Last year, Stephon Marbury of the New York Knicks introduced a shoe that any kid can buy and he's doing it again this year. This year's version of the Starburys doesn't look as good as last year's. The red, white and blue color scheme is a bit much, but luckily it comes in other colors! Priced - $15 US.

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