The majority of users feel that the Harden Vol. 2 has one of the most comfortable upper and cushioning setups on the market. The neoprene sockliner and the Boost foam in the midsole bring another level of comfort.No matter how long they played in the shoe, a lot of the reviewers do not experience any joint pains because of the thickness of the Boost, which is rightfully carried over to the sufficiently hyped Adidas Harden Vol 3.Most buyers are happy that the cushion is firmer at the forefoot.Some wearers confirm that the Forgefiber technology in the forefoot really makes the Harden Vol. 2 quite durable. A couple of expert reviewers, for example, share that they still didn’t see any wear and tear on the Adidas sneakers even after five months.The adjustable lacing system on the Vol. 2’s upper can adapt to the user’s foot no matter how wide or narrow it is.Because of the wide midsole base, many feel that the Adidas Harden Vol. 2 is a very stable shoe.The fit on the Vol. 2 is an upgrade from the previous Harden shoes as the neoprene liner in this shoe is reportedly as snug as a wetsuit.A number of users remark that the customizable lacing system works really well in locking the foot down. In fact, it locks down too well that a few ballers had to loosen their laces to relieve some lace pressure.