We were able to get a hold of the upcoming adidas Harden Vol 4 a little early. Check out our detailed look and review of the latest in Harden’s signature line.
When they first leaked, the adidas Harden Vol 4 wasn’t a shoe I had much interest in. The premium materials added to certain colorways and the replacement of Boost with Lightstrike were features that did peak my interested a little, but the overall package didn’t look impressive.
However, once I tried these on they just felt… good. Nice and snug in terms of fit — some may not enjoy that. The Lightstrike midsole felt like it was already broken-in and the materials do as well. This wound up making the Harden Vol 4 a shoe I was “meh” about, to a shoe I’m now very excited to play in.
The FYW (Feet You Wear) styled tooling is a nice touch as is the low profile feel of the tooling. It’s also wide so stability should be a great aspect of the shoe. Much like the Dame 5 and D.O.N. Issue 1.
I’m not sure when the colorway featured is releasing, but you can see when the initial lineup will be releasing with full release date details and pricing within our adidas Harden Vol 4 official unveil article.
Stay tuned to WearTesters.com for our full performance review on the adidas Harden Vol 4 in the coming weeks.