No. 10 - Under Armour Micro G Torch 2
Worn by: Brandon Jennings, Kemba Walker and Quincy Miller
It says it right in the name. The Torch 2 from Under Armour is equipped with Micro G foam which couples with a dual-layer lacing system to bring your arches comfortable lock down fit.
No. 9 - adidas D Rose 4.5
Worn by: Derrick Rose, Ben McLemore, Damian Lillard and Matt Barnes
The key for flat-footed players is adidas' SprintFrame construction, which creates a lightweight and supportive basketball chassis.
No. 8 - Nike Zoom Kobe Venomenon 4
Worn by: DeJuan Blair
The Nike Zoom Kobe Venomenon 4 is the best outdoor option for flat-footed ballers thanks to Nike Blade Traction. With an injected Phylon midsole and Nike Zoom unit in the forefoot, the Venomenons supply plenty of low-profile cushioning to the arches.
No. 7 - Under Armour Micro G Anatomix Spawn
Worn by: Stephen Curry
Another shoe from Under Armour featuring Micro G Foam for your arches, the Anatomix Spawn is designed to work with the muscles, tendons and bones of your foot to put support where you need it most and more freedom everywhere else.
No. 6 - Nike KD VI
Worn by: Kevin Durant
Not only is the KD VI Kevin Durant's lightest signature shoe, but it's also his most comfortable. Max Air in the heel combined with a Nike Zoom unit in the forefoot make for a lightweight, low-profile responsiveness.
No. 5 - Jordan CP3.VII
Worn by: Chris Paul
Key forefoot pressure points are given extra-cushioning thanks to a hexagonal-shaped Nike Zoom unit. The CPS.VII also features three zoned pods in a lightweight midsole.
No. 4 - Nike Hyperdunk 2013
Worn by: Paul George, Terrence Jones and Marcin Gortat
With a pronounced arch, the Hyperdunk 2013 uses Lunarlon cushioning encased within a a supportive foam carrier for responsive shock absorption.
No. 3 - Nike Kobe IX
Worn by: Kobe Bryant
The Nike Kobe IX's are outfitted with Lunarlon cushioning, as well. A drop-in Lunarlon sock liner doubles as a midsole for responsive cushioning.
No. 2 - adidas Crazyquick 2.0
Worn by: Damian Lillard
In addition to the shoe's SprintFrame construction, the adidas Crazyquick 2.0 features a PureMotion midsole which keeps the foot low to the ground while promoting natural flex points.
No. 1 - adidas D Rose Englewood 2.0
Worn by: Derrick Rose
adidas' Torsion technology supplies adaptive midfoot support, while the shoe's flexible midsole features an articulated forefoot.