Are you looking for the best basketball shoes, but have a problem in your feet? Do you have a flat foot? Flat footers just can’t pick any shoes and expect to deliver their best performance on the basketball court. In this section, I will walk you through shoes that will fit comfortably and of course are the best for flat footers who play a basketball game. There are many best shoe brands for plantar fasciitis in the market. And yes, these are the latest available basketball shoes for plantar fasciitis with reviews.
It is one of the best basketball shoes for plantar fasciitis men’s of all time. D Rose 6 is extraordinary, however, the Primeknit higher version ought to match flat footers pretty well.
A shoe with no restrictions, it has material that’s very soft, light and flexible. You won’t feel like wearing a shoe but a thick soft covering on your foot. Being a quality material, Primeknit is perfect for those who need freedom to move and are looking for ventilation.
The shoe’s sole base is just about flat and therefore the fitting isn’t very tight as you get some free space that is exactly what flat feet would like. Then BOOST soft pad is great, resilient and responsive, that again is good for flat feet. Because of StableFrame technology and the heel counter, you get nice arch and midfoot support.
Lastly, the extraordinarily lightweight and versatile Primeknit higher can guarantee comfort for your foot. Unlike with other shoes, flat footers won’t have to compromise support.
This is a shoe known for a lot of techs – BOUNCE, SprintFrame, TECHFIT, TORSION SYSTEM and Continental Rubber – that is rare in shoes.
The “Static” version of the shoe has exceptional BOUNCE padding, though not as soft as the Rose’s 6 BOOST. However, I would like to draw attention to its terrific stability.
Because of the durable higher, SprintFrame, TORSION SYSTEM and a heel counter, the sole base is very flat, extraordinarily ancillary in all areas. (The TORSION SYSTEM is a plastic arch support. It is a bridge between the midfoot and forefoot). The tightly unwoven Static higher is truly comfy and sensitive for being a soft material.
With a lot of techs, great material and a good fit, it fits comfortably. It’s amazingly comfortable and well-balanced shoe that has absolutely no issues for flat footers.
Air Jordan XX9 low basketball shoe review the best shoe for plantar fasciitis. A shoe with a very impressive performance that you may have already heard about! Yes, it is a great fit for flat feet, too. Technologies used are Nike ZOOM AIR, FlightPlate, and Flight Web.
In the forefoot, you have ZOOM AIR cushioning combined with the FlightPlate system, a little bridge between the forefoot and heal areas, which is useful for spreading the pad in the entire sole. A comfortable and stable cushion setup is very responsive too. In this feature, it closely follows the Rose 6, which is known for its comfort and stability.
In spite of being a low top, it has excellent support. Like Nike’s FLYWIRE, FlightWeb system supports the amazing Performance Woven upper. I won’t hesitate to say, this is by far the most comfortable shoe I’ve every worn which is very stable.
With a lot of headroom inside, the flat footers won’t feel restricted in it. The soft woven upper makes it very durable and easy to maintain. Though there’s a mid-top version, I picked the lows to relieve some weight off the shoes.
It consists of the removable Lunarlon midsole that’s full length for cushioning; though you won’t need to change it with anything else, as it’s incredible. I have to say, it’s probably the best Lunarlon setup ever as unlike regular Lunarlon setup, which does not have a bounce, this one really does a great job on that front. Additionally, you’ll still have a lot of court feel.
Let me talk about the support which is extraordinary. What adds to the support is carbon fiber shank, heel counter and the very supportive fit. It’s low and really light- no, the lightest shoes. For a flat footer, it makes for an easy to handle shoe.
For extra support and reliability, the upper part is made of mesh with Fuse. Ideally, you should avoid hard upper parts if you have a flat foot. However, it’s sort of a good hybrid. The breathable light mesh with Fuse that’s hassle free and provides the shoe durability as well as more support.
This one is a light, flexible and stable shoe that can hold your foot properly providing a comfortable experience. Technologies Nike ZOOM AIR, Nike FLYWIRE, Flyweave.
The upper portion has a kind of plasticy, i.e. made of plastic. This shoe has full-length ZOOM AIR, in which forefoot is separated from the heel ZOOM, cushioning that is very impressive. An oversized man needs shoes that can soak up his movements properly and these shoes will that actually well. Like some BOOST models, the cushioning isn’t that great or unstable.
Due to the proper fit, heel counter and extremely wide outsole base, the support is amazing. I would say support is the highlight of this shoe. As it is flat, in fact very flat, flat footers can go for these shoes. They are not great for outdoors but if you stay indoors they will last long.
Nike’s FLyweave makes up the upper part. Just like woven or Primeknit, it is very light and flexible. Though not very supportive for the ankle, the foot part is locked in pretty well and with no issues pertaining to fittings. It fits snugly.
This one does not have many fans, but it is solid and yes, great for flat footers. Technologies boost™, StableFrame, NON-MARKING outsole, PrimeKnit.
Honestly speaking, the boost cushioning, which is only present in the heels, is okay. It could have been better since the cushion is hard, less impact protection; however at the same time gives a lot of court feel. If you can get your hands on a softer insole in the open market, that would offset its weakness to some extent.
Barring the boost cushioning, the rest of it is excellent. StableFrame technology, responsible for supporting and stability, comes to the rescue and provides great support to the shoes. No issues as far as fitting are concerned and a nice interior pad makes it cool.
As the name suggests, NON-MARKING outsole, found in every Adidas shoes, does not leave marks. Personally, it hardly matters to me.
Upper Primeknit, the material top is made of, is one of the attractions. It is perfect for those who love soft uppers. The material is soft and comfortable.