If you’re from the ’90s you already know that AND1 was the king of trash talking T-shirts and baggy shorts — the brand even put out a few historic mixtapes. In an effort to revive the brand, AND1 has released a brand new model: the AND1 Attack Low.
AND1 has been slowly reviving its footwear line with the infamous AND1 Tai Chi (remember Vince Carter in the Dunk Contest?) and last summer’s release of the AND1 Coney Island Classic (what many know as the Marbury 1).
Now, the brand has introduced the AND1 Attack Low, a new lowtop sneaker for basketball. The sleek micromesh upper features cutouts to ensure breathability while nylon eyelets, attached along the interior footbed, should provide lockdown. An injection-molded shank is also included for torsional rigidity and stability.
A big cat motif, inspired by the hunting instincts of a predator, is embroidered at the heel for some aesthetic flair. For cushion, AND1 is using its full-length Harmonix RX cushioning within an EVA midsole. The shoe is finished with some rigid and robust tread patterns underfoot that should be capable of play indoor and outdoor.
The AND1 Attack Low is being worn on-court by Bulls star Sean Kilpatrick. You can grab a pair now over at AND1 for just $90.
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