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Jimmer Fredette's Spalding Threat Basketball Sneaker

October 31, 2012

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Sacramento Kings guard and Spalding endorser Jimmer Fredette recently released his Threat basketball shoe, featuring a breathable, lightweight mesh and synthetic upper with non-stitch construction and a TPU toe protector. The sneaker also showcases a high-rebound EVA midsole with D30®, providing shock absorption and rebound, and a high-abrasion carbon rubber outsole for durability. The Jimmer Threat is dressed in purple with black accents throughout and weighs 13.4 ounces.

The Spalding Threat is also available in four black-based styles accented by silver, navy, royal and yellow. The shoe retails for $95 and can be purchased online at Eastbay.com.

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