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Nike Zoom Freak 3 Project 34 Black DA0695-001

Despite the Nike Zoom Freak line’s association with Giannis Antetokounmpo, it was no other than teammate P.J. Tucker who debuted the Nike Zoom Freak 3 on court. Although an orange colorway was seen on the Bucks player in Atlanta, a black and purple “Project 34” offering will also be included in the performance sneaker’s first official drop, and unfortunately it will be quite a while until Giannis sports the Freak 3 on court after suffering a terrible injury during Game 4.

The Zoom Freak 3 serves to support athletes through the dynamic angles that come with maneuvering during basketball. A contoured design was the Nike design team’s goal, as they wanted the model to fit the way Giannis transitions from step to step. This particular arrangement flaunts a flexible, engineered black upper with white reverse Swooshes near the ankle. A dark purple strap with a raised stripe design is located midfoot for a locked-in fit and to ensure that Giannis’s center of gravity won’t slide over the footbed. As for the sole unit, the pair opts for a white midsole that sees a purple Zoom Air-branded overlay. Two Zoom Air units sit under the ball of the foot, which helps absorb energy and provide responsiveness. A black outsole rounds out the look, which contains a swirled design inspired by one of Nike basketball’s most recognizable traction patterns.

Take a closer look at the Zoom Freak 3 below, which will release globally on July 1 in adult, Grade School, and Pre-School sizes.

In other Swoosh-related news, have you seen the speckled Nike Air Zoom G.T. Run?

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Nike Zoom Freak 3 “Project 34”
Release Date: Aug 2021

Color: Black/White

Mens: $120
Style Code: DA0695-001

Grade School: N/A
Style Code: DB4158-001

Pre-School: N/A
Style Code: DB4156-001

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