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Check Out the Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Dwyane Wade and Li-Ning keep the releases rolling on the WoW 4. This time around the two will introduce three colorways of the Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low.

The Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low was created to provide a slightly lower-cut lightweight summer model for Dwyane Wade, built specifically for in-game and court-training use. The newly designed upper is constructed on the same WoW4 sole for ideal fit and court-feel continuity. It features a new pattern that’s strategically designed to provide great mid-foot lockdown for lateral & medial movements – great for drills, court-training & slashing to the rim. It’s crafted from a new breathable 2-tone lightweight mesh and features a tonal overlay pattern that uses a modern no-sew application for great fit. Like Dwyane’s WoW4, this upper also features internal straps that are laced-into externally at the eyerow, to truly provide a great lock-down fit. The sole features solid rubber for great traction & the shank remains 100% real carbon fiber for high-performance and support on-court.

The three Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways to release are Fluorescent Red/Cold Grey, Black/White and Green/Cold Grey. The release date is set for June 15th, 2016 at 12 Noon. You will be able to purchase them from The Edition Boutique in-store and online. Retail price is $150 each.

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low
Release Date: June 15, 2016
Retail: $150

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

Li-Ning Way of Wade 4 Low Colorways

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