Four New adidas Harden Vol. 4 Colorways Surface

Four new adidas Harden Vol. 4 colorways have surfaced.



UPDATE (09/12/2019): Thanks to ESPN’s Sneaker Center, we now have a look at more unseen colorways of James Harden’s adidas Harden Vol 4.



h/t: Sneaker Center.



James Harden has been spotted rocking the adidas Harden Vol. 4 and was even hooping in them recently, it’s almost that time where we all get to test out a pair for ourselves. In the meantime we get a good look at four colorways that have surfaced, some you’ve seen before and some you haven’t.

Starting off with the first colorway, a teal and black colorway that looks super icy. Definitely reflects on Harden’s game as he’s a cold hearted killer out there, we can’t forget the scoring performances he put on last season. Here’s to more amazing performances, this time it’ll be in the Vol. 4 and no doubt he’ll be rocking this colorway, it’s too fresh not too.

Moving on, we have a colorway we’ve seen before, the Pink colorway. Definitely a bold colorway, but the man himself is bold to begin with. This colorway caught a lot of people’s eyes and grabbed their attention, Harden was recently spotted wearing this colorway, further making us hyped for these to drop already!!

The third colorway is a clean Red and Blue colorway that features laces utilizing an alternating red and blue pattern. The alternating Red and Blue throughout the shoe makes this another colorway that people will want to get their hands on!

Finally we have a back shot of a colorway we’ve already covered, the Camo colorway. This view shows us a nice gold Harden logo with the hashtag #GOWITYOMOVE on the outsole, Harden is telling all the hoopers to get in their bag and go with what they got in it. Can’t wait for these to release, this is my most anticipated sneaker or 2019, due mainly to the fact that Lightstrike cushion being debuted in the Harden signature line.





h/t: stepback.kicks.




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