Lou Williams Debuts New PEAK Basketball Shoe At Media Day

Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell debut a new PEAK basketball shoe at LA Clippers Media Day.

Three time NBA Sixth Man of the Year award winner and NBA star, Lou Williams, has debuted a brand new PEAK basketball shoe at the Los Angeles Clippers’ Media Day.

Lou Williams, a PEAK endorsed athlete, has had a signature shoe with the brand called the Streetball Master, and has additionally rocked a plethora of other on-court options from the Chinese-based sportswear brand. Meanwhile, Montrezl Harrell was initially an AND1 endorsed athlete, but has now been seen wearing shoes from a few different brands, including these new PEAK shoes.

While we have no confirmation of what this new PEAK basketball shoe is to be called, we do have a great on-foot look, thanks to NBA Media Day photographers. The shoes look to arrive equipped with a multi-directional herringbone outsole and a foam midsole for the tooling. We do not know if PEAK’s Taichi foam is used for the midsole cushioning set-up like in the TP7s, but stay tuned as we’ll keep you in the loop for official tech specs.

The upper looks to feature multiple panels of textile mesh in Clippers Red, White, and Blue. Completing the shoe is a lacing enclosure with lacing cables at the midfoot, a foam-backed mesh tongue, pull tabs at the tongue and heel collar, and “UNDERGROUND” text at a fuse overlay towards the midfoot.

Keep it locked here as updates arrive regarding PEAK’s newest basketball shoe for Lou Williams, and be sure to let us know what you think via our star rating at the top of this post, as well as in the comment section below.

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