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Top 10 ugliest sneakers in NBA history


The perception of beauty is subjective, and it's hard to reach a consensus on whether something is appealing or not. After all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

But then you see some basketball shoes and realize that some of them transcend the subjectivity criterion. In other words, there are NBA sneakers no beholder in the world would describe as beautiful.

Today, it's time to check out the worst of them. Here are the 10 ugliest sneakers in NBA history

10. Ewing Rogue II


9. Nike Zoom Flight 5


8. Latrell Sprewell Dada Supreme Spinner

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