Basketball at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics tips off on August 6, and although James Harden won't be in action, adidas has a patriotic Crazylight Boost 2016 on deck anyway.

While this model isn't actually Harden's official signature sneaker, adidas has chosen the $200 million man to be the poster boy of the Crazylight Boost 2016. Here, the sneaker takes on a white base that's accented with navy and red.

Aside from the Harden connection, the Crazylight Boost 2016 is most notable for being the first adidas basketball sneaker to use full-length Boost cushioning.

These are set to drop sometime this month.