The latest entry in Harden's signature shoe line features elite traction as long as you wipe on dusty courts.
Adidas' use of Boost in the heel and Lightstrike in the forefoot provide a firm but bouncy and cushioned ride.
The materials are comfortable but not high-quality or breathable.
Support comes from the form-fitting materials and solid base of the shoe. Reviewers did not have any issues.
The Adidas Harden Vol 7 is a versatile performer suited for most players.
I love the hybrid feel of the Adidas Harden Vol 7. They are heavy but feel light during play, the heel collar offers flexible movement while the shoe remains supportive, and the cushioning is firm but still bouncy.
If people aren’t honest , then these reviews are worthless.
This is a very stiff uncomfortable shoe. Adidas hasn’t had a good Harden shoe in a long time. Cushioning isn’t good. Shoes run narrow on a normal width foot.
Try the Adidas Dame for hoops or similar sports.
I prefer full-length Boost, but I still enjoyed the forefoot Lightstrike. It's bouncy despite being thin. The combination of Boost in the back and Lightstrike in the front is a balanced cushioning setup.