Built for comfort. Reinforced ankle support useful for pivoting and jumping. Great grip on various surfaces.
A bit on the bulky side.
Outstanding comfort and ankle protection. Users like the insole's feel.
Somewhat heavy at first, but easy to get used to.
Have become fashionable shoes because of the classic three stripe look. Can be worn with sweats or casual clothing.
Shoe technology is dated. There are better choices of basketball shoes for women.
Good all-around shoe, mid-cut offers greater flexibility, more range of movement for on court use.
Traction and grip may be less than desirable.
Adidas shoes come in a range of colors and styles including high-, mid-, and low-tops. High-tops offer the most support but are heavier; these shoes are best suited to forwards and centers and for support when pivoting and jumping. Low-tops are for speed racers who tear up and down the court, but they have less ankle support. Mid-tops have increased flexibility and are good for all-round players. Adidas makes both leather and synthetic basketball shoes. Leather offers flexibility and breathability, and it costs more. Synthetic materials offer cushioned comfort and a lighter weight. Adidas also has a popular range of retro-style shoes.
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