Adidas has always had a close-knit relationship with the NBA. In fact, they released the first NBA player-endorsed basketball sneakers in 1971 with legendary six-time champ Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Adidas’ love for the game continues, as the company’s coming out with their first laceless basketball sneakers called N3XT L3V3L.
Featuring a sock-like construction and laceless knit textile uppers, you’ll be able to shake your defender and drive down the lane for an easy bucket in these kicks. The shoes are also built with ‘Lightstrike’ foam midsoles to give you durable cushioning to keep your legs strong as you sprint up and down the court. For lateral support on the defensive end of the ball, the shoes are built with thermoplastic polyurethane banking barriers so you can make quick movements and avoid being crossed up like a baby giraffe. These shoes will be available on December 1st for 24 hours only, so get ready and act fast.
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