adidas Harden Vol. 8 First Look
From a preview of the adidas Crazy IIInfinity at All-Star Weekend to initial looks at Anthony Edwards’ first signature silhouette, the adidas Basketball banner is ostensibly harkening toward the design ethos of the early 2000s for its future slate of on-court toolings. After suiting up in what was arguably his most widely sought-after silhouette, James Harden’s 8th signature model with the 3-Stripes has recently been unveiled.
Revealed in two colorways via the model’s recently surfaced first look, a few subliminal details from the Harden Vol. 7 make their way over to the upcoming streamlined aesthetic, mirroring the latter’s foot-hugging inner bootie construction and suede toe cap. Elsewhere, the silhouette undergoes a transformative design as the textured upper comes reinforced by a grandiose TPU overlay system that melds into the one-piece sole unit underfoot.
While technical details have yet to be announced, the silhouette’s recapturing of the Y2K era is hit home with a range of both simplistic and gaudy color blockings, such as the monochrome “Black/White” and titular “Orange/Neon” accented effort that can be seen below.
With his signature lines history of a November debut, past iterations could hint at a post-summer release. As we await further details, in the meantime enjoy a first-look at the adidas Harden Vol. 8 below.
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