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Original Posting (03/27/2020): During the Summer of 2019, the Swoosh officially unveiled the reigning MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo’s first signature shoe. Now, we have our first look at its successor model—the Nike Zoom Freak 2.
The Zoom Freak 2 looks to arrive with a completely new silhouette in comparison to its predecessor model. Materials look to be an upgrade, featuring a jacquard, woven mix, whereas the midsole is very aggressive with two green plates wrapping up above the midsole for lateral containment. Further details include an oversized Nike swoosh laterally with a Giannis signature logo stamped at the heel. The tongue material appears to have a glossy finish, hinting it may be a patent leather. Completing the look is a foam midsole that is likely to be decoupled due to the midfoot plate separating the heel and forefoot.
Let us know what you think of the Nike Zoom Freak 2 in the comments below. Keep it locked here for further updates as we learn more about the reigning MVP’s second signature shoe.
UPDATE (05/22/2020): Detailed look at the upcoming Nike Zoom Freak 2 in its first surfaced colorway, Black, Neon, and White. New photos also reveal a look at the outsole, which uses a multi-directional nub forefoot with a pivot point, as well as a storytelling heel pattern. Stay tuned for further updates.
UPDATE (04/30/2020): An on-foot look at the Nike Zoom Freak 2 has surfaced. Details have aroused that they are rumored to feature double stacked Zoom Air bags the forefoot, and one bag at the heel.
UPDATE (04/22/2020): A new colorway of the Nike Zoom Freak 2 has surfaced, making this our best look yet.
New photos of the shoe reveal new angles of the shoe in real person photos. The outsole appears to use a similar pattern to the Adapt BB 1.0, utilizing a circular pivot pattern at the forefoot, and a story telling tread at the heel, to complete the decoupled sole design. In addition to seeing a better look at the tooling, the materials appear to be comprised of a tightly woven textile which is heavily fused at the forefoot.
Stay tuned as more details surface regarding Giannis Antetokounmpo’s upcoming second signature shoe. Let us know in the comments below if your thoughts have changed since the initial first look.
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