Share This Page: Best NBA Signature Sneakers 2018 While there's been some excellent sneakers dropping all over the map this year, one particular sneaker nich keeps millions of watchers attention every week with what's to come. We're talking about signature basketball preformance kicks, the sneakers that began it all, and the impact they make to streetwear. In this article we discuss what signature kicks are making the most waves in 2018, so far. Air Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Russell Westbrook has cemented his status as one of the GOATs of the fashion game year in and year out. After years of being Jordan Brand’s flagship athlete, Westbrook officially received his first on-court signature shoe. The Air Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 combines retro Jordan sensibilities with Russell Westbrook’s futuristic fashion aesthetic. The unusual sole unit and shrouded mesh upper combine for some of the most eye-catching colorways to hit the court this season. The AJ6-inspired lace lock is a perfect vintage touch for such a fashion-forward shoe. Nike LeBron 15 LeBron James’ shoe line has been flames since it debuted with the Nike Air Zoom Generation One 15 years ago. The sock-like construction of the Flyknit bootie sets the 15 way apart from any of his other signature silhouettes. Nike and LeBron took it to the next level with the #LebronWatch exclusive colorways and special editions. A few colorways even harken back to the AZG but none drew attention like the “Diamond Turf” LeBron 15 prominently features the midfoot strap from Deion Sanders’ legendary sneaker line. Nike KD 10 Though fans may feel ambivalent about Kevin Durant his signature line continues to impress yearly. The Nike KD 10 expands on the KD 9 Elite’s lacing system, instead of implementing a system of bungee cords like the 9 Elite, the KD 10 features wide laces that tightly secure the midsole of the shoe. The heel overlay and unique lacing system makes for some striking colorways like the “Aunt Pearl” which features pink velvet overlays and wing details on the heel. KD laced up a new version his always dazzling “What The” KD 10 during the Western Conference Finals against the Houston Rockets. Nike Kyrie 4 While Kyrie Irving’s season may have come to an unfortunate premature end his signature shoe is still tearing up the court. The cutting edge Flex Groove outsole provides support when cutting to basket but also provides a breath of fresh air for design purposes. Often times the design uses multicolor splashes on the outsole like the “Wheaties” pack which features a tan sole with white splotches to mimic the look of cereal and milk or the “Year of the Monkey” with its distinctive red, yellow, and blue outsole.