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adidas D Rose Englewood IV

adidas is killing it right now in terms of visual design as their newer lineups from every footwear category have been visually appealing and great performers.

This is the upcoming D Rose Englewood IV, a shoe that has already released in certain countries. We hope they drop here is the US soon! Bounce is used, a cushion system that I’m really wanting to try out, while the upper is just a nice clean look. The shallow traction might be the only thing adidas needs to perfect as the rest of their features look to be solid.

Check out your first look at the D Rose Englewood IV below in two great colorways and if you’re interested they’re available now at ATAF.adidas D Rose Englewood IV 1

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20 comments
  1. I am loving the way adidas is designing they’re hoop shoes. I really think these can be an off court option. I really hope we get a performance review on these cause thanks to nightwing i’ve been loving lows. Regardless on a review or not i will be copping a pair for sure

  2. Damn nightwing they got your color worked in too! The red and black show how to easily work in the 3 stripes too. Not forced and not on the friggin bottom hidden

      1. I tried them outdoors and they will grip the ground but they will wear down pretty fast. Each square of haringbone is deep but the tips of the blades will wear down.

          1. I’m referring to the 773. If you look at the traction pattern it’s like segmented squares of haringbone.

  3. Yes. This is a foam cushion. An improvement to their previous models as this feel like micro g. Soft but responsive. At least imo.

  4. Adidas and Under Armour have something to say Nike. These models are definitely stepping the game up.

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