James Harden Honors Allen Iverson With The adidas Harden Vol. 4 “Question”

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Although we’re currently unable to witness James Harden embarrass defenders with his shifty crossovers and nasty step-backs, we can still feel somewhat of a connection to the Houston Rockets superstar through his signature footwear family. And the adidas Harden Vol. 4, after getting remixed into Laker team colors as well as getting spun for a second round by fashion designer Daniel Patrick, is now setting its eyes on honoring the great Allen Iverson. Serving as a love letter to the Reebok Question – which makes sense considering the vector brand falls under the Three Stripes umbrella – this newly released offering translates similar elements of the “Double Cross”. Sixers-friendly accents are the highlights of the shoe, landing via team-focused hues of red hits navigating their way to the tongues, and toe/heel overlays, with “Team Royal Blue” coatings wrapped along the treading. If you need a new pair of kicks to hoop in once the pandemic calms down, these are available for purchase now on adidas.com for $130 USD.

For adidas news, the Response Hoverturf Gardening Pack is releasing in two monochrome colorways.

adidas Harden Vol. 4 “Question”
Color: Cloud White/Red/Team Royal Blue
Style Code: FV5598

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

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