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Following the initial appearance of what we reported to be the adidas N3XT L3V3L 2 has turned out to be true. Here’s your first official look at the first ever adidas laceless basketball shoe’s sequel.
This new offering from the Three Stripes follows the same goals of what the original adidas N3XT L3V3L had in mind – provide athletes with a laceless basketball shoe that would actually lockdown the foot and be functional. And, adidas did just that.
The N3XT L3V3L 2 looks to arrive outfitted with a foot-mapped inspired traction pattern, and a decoupled Lightstrike foam midsole utilizing Feet You Wear technology, which features a large midfoot foam stabilizer to keep the athlete’s foot inside the platform of the shoe. Completing the look is a similar upper from its predecessor model, crafted of a thin primeknit, which also features a stretchy spandex at the heel and a pull tabs at the ankle collar to allow an easier entry into the shoe.
Let us know your thoughts on the adidas N3XT L3V3L 2 in the comments below, and keep it locked here as release details arrive soon.
UPDATE (02/16/2020): Trae Young has debuted two colorways of the adidas N3XT L3V3L 2 ‘Ice Trae’ during the NBA All Star weekend’s 3 Point Contest. Stay tuned for release details, as the shoe’s official retail debut is likely right around the corner.
UPDATE (12/02/2019): The adidas N3XT L3V3L 2 surfaces in a new colorway.
Original Posting (11/23/2019): First Look at the adidas N3XT L3V3L 2.