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Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 at 2:20 pm  |  9 responses

Li-Ning x Dwyane Wade: Way of Wade 2 ‘Overtown’ (VIDEO)

“I’m inspired by Overtown. And so is the shoe.”

 

Dwyane Wade’s latest Way of Wade 2.0 “Overtown” kicks are dropping via Wade’s new website launching Wednesday. In celebration, Li-Ning has released this video short, in which Wade explains his love for the culture in Overtown Miami. “I’m inspired by Overtown. And so is the shoe,” says Wade.

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  • pposse

    Wade your raw but those shoes look like they would fly off the racks at Payless.

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    buddy, selling 10s of millions of shoes at payless (aka “China”) is a lot better than selling 1 or 2 million shoes at footlocker (aka “The United States”)

  • nonstoptroll

    tounge is too high.cant wait to try them on the court.

  • pposse

    yeah i know but seriously these shoes belong at Payless. I’ve examined this shoe and I still cannot figure out how this shoe can be selling for $150. Who would buy them?!

    EDIT: are you saying that these shoes will be selling at payless prices in China?

  • http://twitter.com/sooperfadeaway nbk

    i have no idea what prices they will sell for in China, but I would assume it’s market value over there for whatever quality these shoes actually are. Li Ning is like Nike over there, so higher price for these types of shoes (even if they are cheap by our standards, i haven’t seen/touched them) might be the standard. I’m just saying, for his market, these shoes are going to fly off the racks.

  • Dfrance

    I sure do hate all the fake deep sneaker backstories. The shoes were inspired by the Miami Heats home uniforms.

  • Trey

    Your an idiot dude. smh feeling sorry for ignorant people like you

  • pposse

    my bad is this dwade? or his nephew? These shoes look lilke the generic version of the Jordan 10′s

    Should have just stayed with Jordan brand if you knew you was gonna bite off them homie.

  • no one

    the general release shoes sell here at $170 US price

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