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Tony Parker’s seventh signature shoe with Chinese sportswear company, PEAK, has finally released—the PEAK TP9.VII. Mike and Nick were fortunate enough to receive pairs of the TPs, as well as the new Taichi AMOY, and we can’t thank our friends over at PEAK enough for coordinating with us to publish our performance review and let us share our thoughts on their basketball shoe for Tony Parker.
The PEAK TP9.VII arrives with a “crystal” multi-directional rubber outsole, a full-length Taichi foam midsole caged by a TPU laterally, as well as a knitted upper overlaid by a synthetic leather. Completing the shoe is a one-piece bootie construction and a wired lacing enclosure.
Both myself and Mike had a ton of fun playing in the latest TPs. Our first ever PEAK basketball shoe to wear test ended up being really fantastic performers for us personally, offering great cushioning/impact protection, premium materials, and beastly traction, all for an affordable price point. You can grab the TP9.VII here from Peak Sports USA for under $120 now. Let us know your thoughts on the PEAK TP9.VII and our review in the comments below, and keep it locked to the site as we publish more reviews and first impressions very soon.