adidas finally re-released Derrick Rose’s first signature sneaker, the adidas D Rose 1 Retro.
It’s always nice when you can try something out if you happen to have missed it the first time around.
While I’ve played in every D Rose signature sneaker, the original adiZero Rose and adiZero Rose 1 were ones that I was unable to purchase for review. Back in 2011, I was still starting out with the whole sneaker review thing so I had a pretty limited budget for sneaker buying. We weren’t earning much ad revenue back then so we usually only bought one or two pairs per month. At the time, I went with the Nike LeBron 8 as they felt better on-foot when I tried them on in-store. However, with the recent Retro of the D Rose 1.5, and now the adidas D Rose 1 Retro, I now have the chance to see what I was missing.
We hope to finish testing the D Rose 1 Retro soon for an upcoming performance review. In the meantime, we hope you enjoyed our detailed look and we’ll catch you on the next one.