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The rise and fall of the Men's High top Sneakers

by Black White Press Release Submission
Formerly the weapon of choice of the NBA, the classic has been replaced by low profile performance parts in recent years.

For decades, Men's High top Sneakers were unlike any other. Take OPP's "The Question", Allen Iverson's signature shoe: huge, ridiculous polka dot boots with four incredible bubbles of OPP's "Hexalite" shock absorption technology on every shoe. This elaborate and voluminous appearance has quietly begun to emerge from the world's highest levels of basketball, which is why it reveals so much not only about the culture of Men's High top Sneakers, but also about the way they play. Professional basketball and the spectacular abandonment of the late 90s and early 2000s, the culture of maximalism even affects the overflowing world of professional sports.

For the first time, a generation of players play at low altitude. The signature shoes of many NBA superstars, James Harden, Damian Lillard and Kevin Durant, are minimalist. Today, the most modern and advanced basketball shoes do not look like basketball shoes. And the basketball players who love the rich history of high-level basketball silhouette had to look for inspiration beyond the basketball court.



Professional basketball players have not always played in the high-tops. In fact, they have not always had sneakers specifically designed for basketball, but since the 1960s, Cheap High Top Sneakers have become the norm. Starting with the Keds high sneakers and going through Chuck Taylors, the leather Nikes, Air Jordan and these Reeboks, the height of the top of a shoe is what makes it a basketball shoe.

There are exceptions. "People have been playing at low levels since basketball, to some extent," says Russ Bengston, editor of Complex, who has been writing about basketball shoes and shoe culture for two decades. But from the late 1970s, with the Adidas Top Ten, players, coaches and shoe makers began to think that the top level was an essential tool of high-level basketball, mainly for reasons Support. at the ankle. Basketball requires a lot of lateral movement, from top to bottom, which can force the tendons and bones of the foot and ankle. Basketball players not only run the risk of twisting, twisting or breaking their ankles, but are virtually guaranteed. And there are so many times that you can avoid falling into another player's foot. "Ankle injuries are probably the most common bone and joint injuries among basketball players," says Dr. David Geier, an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine expert who works a lot with basketball players.



Modern, high-performance basketball shoes range from military-style boots with fitted straps (the Lebron 10) to a football-style rocker shell with a protruding tongue (the KD 9) in slender, low sneakers. (the Harden Vol.1) to knit down with a sock-type sock (the Nike React Hyperdunk 2017). Quite different. And all kinds of submissive and utilitarian, to be honest. NBA athletes do not make their way on the field; They do it while they go to the locker room or conduct interviews after the match. For those who are focused on fashion, this is where the interesting things are.

In June 2015, the OPP opened 25 retail stores in France, the United Kingdom, the United States, China and other countries based on unique patterns and models. Over the last six years, the Ontario Provincial Police has received very good approvals from consumers around the world for unique designs and impeccable quality.
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