Red high top shoes got their start in the 1960s. At first, professional basketball stars wore red high top sneakers for extra ankle support during the game. They eventually figured if it looked good on the court, it would look good on the street. By the 90’s, red high top shoes became a gateway shoe for sneakerheads to show a love of the sport and an appreciation for over-the-top style.
Red High Top Sneakers: IVERSON LEGACY
Like the high from a game well played, this iconic red high top is made for glory. The red high top sneakers are a mash-up of key elements from Allen Iverson's iconic Answer footwear line. This red high top sneaker features an all-leather upper, a high top look, and a streamlined design that adds authenticity and a vintage vibe.
Red High Top Sneakers: FREESTYLE HI NOVA
The Freestyle franchise gets a breath of sweet fresh air with floral details on the lace of these red high top shoes. The straps are gone and the lace is updated but the three collared puffs leave no doubt about this shoe's rich heritage. These red high top sneakers’ famous comfort continues with an EVA midsole and padded foam sockliner. The mid-cut design stabilizes your stride, and the rubber molded stud outsole gives you added traction on hard natural services. Find your groove in red high top shoes that keep you moving.
Red High Top Sneakers: MOBIOUS OG
A bold look for red high top sneakers pulled from the Reebok archives. These red high top shoes show off legit '90s basketball style with a dramatic design. Hexalite cushioning gives you comfort with each step. Step into these red high top sneakers for a walk down memory lane.