APL

Ascend sneakers

$185.00$56.00

Inspired by the shape of a feather and designed to keep feet naturally positioned, these high-tech sneakers—in breathable, lightweight fabric, with a built-in shock-absorbing Propelium® compression midsole—give you serious performance, with a summer-perfect hibiscus-flower print and contrast midnight-blue leather profile. (Fun fact: An APL shoe was banned by the NBA for providing wearers with too much "competitive advantage".) Styled here with LNDR Varsity Full-Length Seamless Legging.

  • Upper: 56% polyester, 18.75% TPE, 25.25% TPU; Sole: Rubber

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Inspired by the shape of a feather and designed to keep feet naturally positioned, these high-tech sneakers—in breathable, lightweight fabric, with a built-in shock-absorbing Propelium® compression midsole—give you serious performance, with a summer-perfect hibiscus-flower print and contrast midnight-blue leather profile. (Fun fact: An APL shoe was banned by the NBA for providing wearers with too much "competitive advantage".) Styled here with LNDR Varsity Full-Length Seamless Legging.

  • Upper: 56% polyester, 18.75% TPE, 25.25% TPU; Sole: Rubber

About the Brand

Ryan and Adam Goldston are identical twin brothers who are both former USC athletes, so in some ways it’s no surprise that Athletic Propulsion Labs, the shoe company they started out of their dorm room, has such a strong focus on performance. They own plenty of ground-breaking patents, and are actually proud of the fact that their basketball shoes are the first ever to be banned from NBA play for providing an unfair competitive advantage.