Lonzo Ball Unveils His $495 ‘Big Baller Brand’ Signature Shoe


After it was reported that top companies like Nike, Under Armor and Adidas were all not interested in any business opportunities with star NBA prospect Lonzo Ball a signature shoe deal, Ball has dropped his own shoe.

Going under the family company name ‘Big Baller Brand’, made infamous by father LaVar Ball who’s become infamous for ridiculous statements about himself and his sons, the Z02 will cost a whopping $495 bucks – about as inflated as LaVar’s ego.

The shoe comes wrapped in a python microfiber texture, patent leather heel logos and a gel outsole with a hand-painted DeLorean finish.Lonzo6-1





Adding to the line will also be a limited ZO2 WET Autographs edition, which will come in a key-locked glass box with a floor mirror, LED lights and an autograph from the Chino Hills prodigy himself. That model will cost even more, at a price point $995.

The two shoes are available along with matching ZO2 signature slides for pre-order at bigballerbrand.com.



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