The adidas Pro Bounce will have a lowtop version which caters to players who want more freedom in the ankle area. While I am more of a mid or high-top guy when choosing kicks, this might be one of those instances where I would prefer the lowtop version just because I think it also looks secured (although just from inspection). Of course, choosing the correct size for a good fit is one of the best advice I can give you. You don't want to have a sloppy fit in general so this goes for lows as well. Overall, the upper looks supportive enough made up of textile with reinforcements on high-wear areas. Bounce cushioning gives you a more responsive ride and is relatively cheaper when compared to adidas Boost foam. It looks like the Pro Bounce will be pushed as team shoes because of its versatility and price. There are 4 colorways available now with a PE for Louisville Cardinals, an NCAA basketball team whom Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz), another one of their key athletes played in college.