The Steeziest NBA Sneakers of January
Despite a polar vortex dropping Arctic winds across the Midwest, the NBA's hardwood has experienced some serious heat across the month of January. Thunder teammates Russell Westbrook and Paul George launched the Why Not Zer0.2 and PG 3, the Kyrie 5 kicked off Black History Month, and P.J. Tucker linked up with The Shoe Surgeon for the baddest Air Jordan 3 of the bunch.
These were the steeziest NBA sneakers of January.
Russell Westbrook burns retinas with the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2.
Sin in his game, and swag on the feet: The Greek Freak in the Nike Kobe AD, ladies and gentlemen.
The Kyrie 5: Taking over the (flat) earth one Euro step at a time.
Is any drip list complete without the steeze lord himself? P.J. Tucker again goes nuclear with a Shoe Surgeon custom: an Air Jordan 3 with a split Swoosh from the Supreme x COMME des GARÇONS x Nike Air Force 1 Low.
The Kyrie 5 'BHM' was a real heater.
Zach LaVine stomps right down to the centre of the earth with the 'Florist City' adidas Crazy 1.
The Big Cat going super clean in 2019 with a little help from Terry Rozier.
He may not stay in LA, but Brandon Ingram's sneakers have Hollywood all over them.
Paul George takes it all the way into space with the Nike PG 3.
The forecast? Heavy rain with P.J. Tucker in the 'Weatherman' Nike KD 4.
Does it get any better than this? Thabo Sefolosha in the Nike Air Max 90 iD.