Jarred Vanderbilt shoes

Jarred Vanderbilt

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  • Player AGE: 22 y.o.
  • Player Height: 6 feet 9 inches
  • Player Weight: 214 lbs

Jarred Vanderbilt Best Shoes Right Now

Why best? The Nike Kobe 6 should be your first choice if you want to experience the same greatness that Jarred Vanderbilt felt while wearing them during a remarkable game, where he scored 21 points.

Jarred Vanderbilt Basketball Shoes

Jarred Vanderbilt (born April 3, 1999) is an American professional basketball player for the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Kentucky Wildcats. In January 2017 Vanderbilt was selected as a McDonald's All-American. Vanderbilt is known for his great vertical jumping ability and his hustle.

Jarred Vanderbilt Sneaker Performance Summary

  • Most points per game: 21 in Nike Kobe 6
  • Most rebounds per game: 19 in Nike Kobe 6
  • Most assists per game: 8 in Nike PG 6
  • Most steals per game: 5 in Nike Kobe 6
  • Most blocks per game: 4 in Nike Kobe 6

What shoes does Jarred Vanderbilt wear?

Jarred Vanderbilt wears Nike PG 6, Nike Kyrie 5, Nike Kyrie 7, Nike Kobe 6, Nike KD 13, Nike Kobe IV Protro, Nike Zoom Freak 1,

Does Jarred Vanderbilt have a signature shoes?

No, Jarred Vanderbilt doesn't have a signature shoes yet.

Where to buy Jarred Vanderbilt shoes?

You can buy Jarred Vanderbilt shoes in Ebay, Footlocker, Adidas, Nike, Walmart, Amazon, Eastbay, and many other places.

How much do Jarred Vanderbilt shoes cost?

Jarred Vanderbilt's sneakers start at $61 and end at $276. But there may be exceptions, as the price is constantly changing and new models come out.

What size is Jarred Vanderbilt shoes?

We don't know for sure, but we will try to find out and write about it

Does Jarred Vanderbilt have his own brand?

No, Jarred Vanderbilt doesn't have his own brand of sneakers as far as we know.

What brand is Jarred Vanderbilt with?

At various times, Jarred Vanderbilt wore sneakers by Peak, Jordan, Under, Li-Ning, Armor, Nike, Adidas, and other lesser-known brands.