The ANTA Shock The Game 4.0 Is Coming Soon

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Just days after we published our performance review of the Shock The Game 3.0, detailed photos of the upcoming ANTA Shock the Game 4.0 have surfaced.

The Shock The Game line from ANTA has always been a very affordable line-up, offering premier performance, for a competitive, budget-friendly price. The Shock The Game 4.0 appears to continue the trend of offering great performance, as they look to arrive featuring an engineered mesh upper, paired with various synthetic overlays from the heel to forefoot for added support and containment, as well as a ventilated mesh tongue with sets of asymmetrical laces that go through thick cabled eyelets that are stitched to the upper. Further performance features for the build include a large external heel counter, and heel and tongue pull tabs to allow for an easier entry into the shoe. While it has yet to be confirmed, ANTA’s A Shock Foam will likely make a return to act as the cushioning for the shoes. The rubber outsole with a triangular-like design wraps up over the midfoot to help cradle and contain the wearer’s foot.

Let us know what you think of the upcoming ANTA Shock The Game 4.0 in the comments below. Stay tuned for further updates, as they will be arriving this Summer for an affordable price point.

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Written by Nick Montesano

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