Basketball Shoe

Zoom Freak 2 "Play for the Future"

$130
Highly Rated
Bright Mango/Volt/Grand Purple/Red Plum
Desert Sand/Sail/Camellia/Gym Red
Midnight Navy/Fire Pink/White/Poison Green
Bright Crimson/Fire Pink/White/Black
Vintage Green/Camellia/Gum Medium Brown/Pistachio Frost
Sapphire/Black/Light Smoke Grey/Light Thistle
Pure Platinum/Pine Green/Green Strike/Black
Black/Off Noir/Solar Flare/White
Black/Particle Grey/Bright Crimson/Metallic Silver
Black/University Red/White
Black/Dusty Amethyst/Ghost/Metallic Silver
White/University Red/Grey Fog/White
Particle Grey/Blue Beyond/Sail/Black
White/Bright Mango/Black
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Giannis and his brothers used to share a pair of basketball shoes, so they all had something to wear when it was their turn to play. Today, the Antetokounbros all have their own sneakers, but they never forgot what they learned: that sometimes less is more, and what goes around comes around. The Freak 2 ‘Play for the Future’ colorway is a symbol of Nike Basketball’s commitment to the generations who got next. The more we reuse, the more the good comes back, and the sooner we get to where, like Giannis and his brothers, we’re all wearing each other’s shoes.

  • Shown: Sapphire/Black/Light Smoke Grey/Light Thistle
  • Style: CK5424-500

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Reviews (88)

4.7 Stars

Great FREAKING shoe

GeoM427702622 - Mar 28, 2021

Love the feel and look of these shoes...super comfortable

Quality's the only issue

bc769364332 - Mar 25, 2021

I have two pairs of these shoes and have loved every part from the fit to feel and performance, But the quality of material and build is terrible. After playing outside for less than 2 weeks, the shoe's front had split open into both pairs.

Kind of Clunky

SwyGuy - Mar 25, 2021

As soon as I saw this shoe, I knew that it was what I wanted for the upcoming season. I tried them on and they fit to size and were decently padded. When I laced up for my first practice, the were very tight on the tongue and my feet started to hurt after a few minutes. Now I have learned to lace them very loose, but enough to keep them on my feet. They feel quite clunky like a brick on your foot and there isn't too much padding on the bottom, so my heels and knees began to hurt after a few practices. I have owned these for maybe 4 months and the materials are starting to fall apart slightly after about 3 uses a week for basketball only. I bought some LeBron's last year and will buy another pair for the upcoming AAU season.