John Wall has had a pretty interesting career thus far when it comes to his sneakers. He came into the league as the face of Reebok's now-defunct basketball division, then hopped over to Adidas for a short-lived signature line before before opting to rock some of his favorite Air Jordans and Nikes during free agency for a few years.
This season, Wall began dusting off some of his old signature models from Adidas after signing a new 5-year deal with the brand. While a new signature line remains unlikely, it looks like the brand has some PEs in the works for the new deal.
Chinese message board Hupu has provided some images of a PE version of the Adidas Marquee Boost for the Washington Wizards point guard. The mid-top basketball model utilizes a a mesh and synthetic upper, knit material on the tongue, puffy neoprene ankle collar, and full-length Boost cushioning in the midsole. This particular colorway features a red upper, white branding, John Wall's logo in navy blue on the tongue, an interesting scribble pattern on the ankle collar, and a multicolored marble outsole.
A low-top version of the Marquee Boost which may be a Brandon Ingram PE is also featured on the message board. The low cut model sports a Lakers-esque yellow upper with purple Three Stripes and basketball smiley face graphics on the overlay by the lateral toe area.
Stay tuned for further release details on these upcoming Marquee Boost PEs.