It looks like Dwight Howard's decision in signing with Peak puts him in a good place and now we get to see one of his training shoe line. Just like Tony Parker's "lite" models, this model features less tech but it doesn't mean that you shouldn't consider them. In fact, I think this might do just fine with casual balling or even average trainings. It features a synthetic leather upper with EVA cushion for impact protection but isn't too stiff. A tenacity unit plate can be seen below the midfoot to provide support while the solid rubber outsole is adequate for most surfaces. The shoe retails for Php 3,995 and is available at Olympic World Trinoma.
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