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The favorite adidas ZX adidas mens ultra boost 800 DB is back with two bright new colorways, standouts in a pack otherwise characterized by more muted choices. Follow us after the jump to take a look at the whole range and let us know if you'll be scooping up any of these.They came in colorways made famous by some of the original ZX series runners, but when the adidas Originals adiMEGA Torsion Flex debuted last summer, the closest thing anyone'd seen to their unique sole design was probably something from the Reebok ZigTech line.

Brian Villanueva  s Nike HyperMag custom was one of 2012's standout after-market designs. ?Adding a Mag 2011-style light-up feature to the Zoom Hyperdunk that'd relit the Marty McFly flame four years earlier, Villanueva set the stage for his signature look involving luminescence inspired by 1980s films . ?That's why this new adidas adiPower Howard 3 adidas boots  TRON' custom job is such a natural follow-up, its Li-ion battery-powered build customized down to the handcrafted price tag. ?Ready for wear but not for serious sport usage, this crazy Dwight Howard sig is depicted further below and available now from Vultron1 on eBay .

A rather slimmer adidas boost package than the previous adiPower installment , the Howard 3 adopts the high-cut ankle peak with a redesigned midsole that gives off a bit of an old-school Shaq Attaq vibe, and features a tiger-stripe camouflage-like detailing along the collar of the ankle and down the lace placket. A gallery of Howard's next adidas legacy is just below, so take a look and let us know what you think.Photos: hupuAfter the shortest stay in LA for any major Lakers acquisition,? Dwight Howard ?moved from the second to fourth most populated US city during free agency. ?D-12 has some adidas nmd r1 huge shoes to fill in Houston, a town synonymous with Hakeem  The Dream' Olajuwon and the first  Twin Towers' pairing with NCAA legend Ralph Sampson. ?

You can expect D-12 to be back in the spotlight as soon as the NBA labor dispute is resolved, as the Orlando Magic big man has pledged to continue playing at Amway Arena, though he will indeed become a free agent at the conclusion of the season. ?But should Howard end up with another team, here's a look at a signature sneaker that could serve as an adequate  road' choice no matter for whom he ends up playing. ?The ?adias adiPower Howard? in black and white utilizes the same clean colorblocking as the Magic edition that hit retailers last week; how do they stack up to other frontcourt-oriented models like the Nike Zoom Hyperforce? ?Click through to see more angles and stick with Sneaker News for the US release date. ?via? US10

Dropping a signature sneaker right in the middle of summer? While the timing of this one may not make sense, that doesn't mean we aren't welcoming the adidas adiPower Howard with adidas sneakers open arms. If you thought adidas was slouching on the basketball side of things, this may be the pair to change your mind. Built for Dwight Howard, they are loaded with cushioning to help handle the full force of a man that big, and the upper utilizes Sprintskin, adidas lightweight answer to Nike's Hyperfuse technology. Of course the debut colorway is an Orlando one, with the clean blue and white combo looking nice, especially the icy sole on bottom. Hit the jump for a full look at the adidas adiPower Image Howard and get a pair now from adidas online .

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