Performance shoes and street shoes are usually found in the same store. Even though sneakers, particularly basketball ones, have become the norm for everyday wear, chances are, when you’re ready to hit the town on a Friday night, you have a more casual pair of shoes lined up instead of the ones you ball in every day.

If you’re looking for a new pair of performance shoes this holiday season, but want to look good after the game, the Sneaker Report crew has a few suggestions for athletes. Click through to keep your game tight on and off the field.

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Nike Flyknit Trainer+

Weight: 8.4 ounces
Key Performance Feature: A revolutionary knit upper with static properties for structure and durability and an adaptive fit.
Key Street Feature: A stylish, one of a kind design that is already killing it on the streets.

$150 

New Balance 20v2 Cross Trainer

Weight: 7.3 ounces
Key Performance Feature: Welded seams and a no-sew material application that reduce weight and prevent chafing.
Key Street Feature: Rock these lightweight kicks with our without socks.

$73 

Under Armour Cam Highlight Trainer

Weight: 7 ounces
Key Performance Feature: Compfit compression sleeve for flexible support.
Key Style Feature: Pigskin suede and a patent look? These are just plain sexy.

$150

Nike Air Foamposite

Weight: 17.7 ounces
Key Performance Feature: A virtually indestructible upper made made out of a single, seamless mold
Key Style Feature: There's a reason why every third dude on the train has on a pair of Foamposites. While it's tough to pick a favorite, the "Polarized Pink" colorway just screams attention. You'll definitely get noticed with these.

$450

Jordan Trunner Dominate

Weight: 11.4 oz
Key Performance Feature: Stability feature on the outsole helps keep the foot from rolling during side-to-side movements
Key Style Feature: Basic black and white works with jeans.

$60 

Asics GEL-Lyte33

Weight: 8.6 ounces
Key Performance Feature: Solyte midsole material for lightweight cushioning and durability.
Key Style Feature: Shit gets crazy on the streets sometimes. With a pair of GEL-Lyte33s, you'll be ready to make a run for it if you find yourself in a sticky situation. They look sick too.

$100

Nike Zoom KD V

Weight: 12 ounces
Key Performance Feature: A Nike Zoom unit in the forefoot that adds lightweight, responsive cushioning.
Key Style Feature: KD got rid of the strap and went with a mid-top design for his latest sneaker, making them ready to hit the street even more. The KD V "Away" colorway shown above would go great with some denim.

$115 

NIke5 Gato Leather CR

Weight: 10 ounces
Key Performance Feature: Honeycomb pattern at outsole for flexibility and multidirectional traction
Key Style Feature: Stunt like Christiano Ronaldo in his signature Gatos, and maybe his lady charm will rub off on you. Maybe not.

$70 

adidas Terrex Swift Solo

Weight: 13 ounces
Key Performance Feature: A wear-resistant textile mesh upper for durable and breathable comfort
Key Style Feature: These low-profile outdoor sneakers are easy to slide on and rock to the trail or just for a stroll down the street.

$60 

Nike LeBron+ X

Weight: 16.8 ounces
Key Performance Feature: Nike+ technology that helps track performance on the court.
Key Style Feature: Rockin' the most expensive pair of basketball sneakers in history should get you some street cred right off the back. Just don't get jumped for your LeBrons.

$270