Le Coq Sportif Joakim Noah 3.0 “All-Star”
Joakim Noah is quite unique amongst NBA players, so it’s only fitting that he remains the only player signed to Le Coq Sportif. The classic French tennis label who’d outfitted Noah’s father back in the day celebrated the Chigago Bulls energy guy’s first NBA All-Star Game appearance last night with a special take on his current signature model. The Le Coq Sportif Joakim Noah 3.0 represents the player’s heritage, with the connection above bolstered by a tribal pattern inspired by Noah’s African, French and American roots. Let us know where these rank against the spectacular array of 2013 ASG sneakers after the jump and stick with Sneaker News because you know the Playoffs will be even more intense.
Photos: Le Coq Sportif
LOL at y'all saying you'd ball in these, you're not buying them to hoop, be honest with yourselves. smh
Really disappointed that SN didn't research this. Joakim's dad was signed to Le Coq during his tennis days.
Where do these rank??? Hmmmmm well if you go down to last place, then take a huge dump I think they would belong right under that!!!!
WTF… This shoe deserves a place in the Sneaker Hall Of Shame!!! I didn't know it was possible to gather so many ugly details in just one shoe!!! Le Coq Sportif should change its design team or Joachim should change his sponsor.
@Da_Real_Big_Infinite But Le Coq Sportif isn't a tennis company. Please do you research before you continue to troll and ruin the integrity of sneakernews.com posts. You're a disgrace to the sneaker community. Take down that photo of someone else's v's pls.
@Big_Infinite @Da_Real_Big_Infinite I have to say it's true tho… LCS is definitely a Cycling company and then a Soccer company. It's true that Tennis has been important as well especially with Arthur Ashe and Yannick Noah (Joachim's father) but true DNA is in Cycling and Soccer. Plus, LCS heritage is def not Footwear but really Apparel!
Whatever… Who cares? The shoe is ugly. Period