Jerry Stackhouse has been holding Fila down for quite some time, and with one of his signature shoes being revitalized as the “Spaghetti” taking up a spot in his on court rotation in Brooklyn, it’s nice to look back at another one of his classics. As we stated in our 8 Fila Sneakers that Should Return piece, Fila outfitted Jerry with The Stack II during his heyday in Detroit, where he was a scoring champ and nightly threat to go off for 40. The Stack II came in mid and low forms, tho Stackhouse generally preferred to go with the higher cut. The shoes selling point was the dual stripe pattern which ran from both the forefoot and the heel all the way up to the ankle. An outer lacing system was ahead of it’s time, and the shoe was typically found in black/white and white/navy colorways to help Jerry dress for both road and home games. Let us know if you’d be part with a piece of your stack if these were to hit shelves once again.