As more images of the adidas Harden Vol 2 appear, the more we anticipate its release so we can get them on-court.
Oh, and the Harden Vol 2 is warming up to me aesthetically. While I loved how the adidas Harden Vol 1 looked from the jump, the Harden Vol 2 is a slight departure from the first generation as adidas has decided to forego the premium leather/suede touches that nearly every colorway of the Vol 1 offered.
Instead, adidas has used a mesh toe with reinforced stitching, something the brand has been trying on the adidas Originals side of things with models like the EQT 97/17. We have yet to play in this mesh with the reinforced stitch patterns so that is something that we at WearTesters are looking forward to once the shoe releases.
Painted Boost is also making its first appearance in the Harden line with select Harden Vol 2 colorways. While we’ve seen colored Boost on the Harden LS, that is technically a lifestyle model, so it’ll be interesting to see how the painted Boost midsole holds up after some time on-court. Will it scuff or will it remain colored? We’re hoping to find out.
Enjoy these official set of images regarding the adidas Harden Vol 2 below and share your thoughts on the model in the comment section. Anything stand out to you? Are you warming up to the design or is still a bit disappointing aesthetically compared to the Harden Vol 1?
Stay tuned for performance reviews from the squad once we’re able to get our hands on the sneaker.