Inspired by one of Damian Lillard’s favorite rappers, the latest colorway of the Adidas Dame 4 is an homage to Juvenile’s 1998 classic album, 400 Degreez. Sporting Trail Blazers’ colors, this Dame 4 features an all-Red upper paired with Black detailing on the branded areas and lace loops. The entire neoprene and textile upper is colored red to symbolize flames. A very subtle flame pattern can even be seen within its textile portion. Black hits are used on the Dame logos on the tongue tabs, lace loops, and lateral Three Stripes branding. Another notable detail is this pair’s glow-in-the-dark gum outsole, a detail as flashy as the album’s memorable Pen and Pixel cover art. From a tech perspective, the Dame 4 utilizes Bounce cushioning in the midsole, as opposed to the more oft-used Boost seen in most of Adidas’ newer silhouettes.