James Garden’s eighth signature sneaker with Adidas has appeared in a traditional combination of red and black colors. It follows a difficult defeat to the Toronto Raptors.
The Harden Vol. 7 has swiftly emerged as one of the most intriguing performance basketball silhouettes in the NBA. Even after being mocked for its apparent lack of breathability and its retro appearance. The Los Angeles native who created the sneaker has yet to establish himself in it. But the leather-and-Boost-cushioned concept stands out from predecessors in terms of off-court elegance. The inside bootie of the shoe provides a level of lockdown comparable to some of the Three Stripes’ other ideas while also contrasting the nearly monochromatic upper. The sole units have a dark ruby finish underneath, with Boost foam visible towards the heel.
Enjoy this first look at the impending shoe, courtesy of Instagram user @kicksdong, and be on the lookout for an adidas.com release soon.
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