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adidas Gil Zero Restomod Review

The adidas Gil Zero Restomod has been a much-anticipated sneaker for many adidas and Gilbert Arenas fans. They were rumored to release a while ago, and we’re glad they’ve finally arrived. And because this is a Restomod like the TMac 3 and the D Rose 1.5, there are upgrades and updates made to the insides without making the outside look any different. The changes can be felt on try-on, but we’ll need to do a full test to see if the performance improved.

adidas Gil Zero Restomod

Colorway: Team Power Red / Cloud White / Core Black

Release Date: June 6, 2022

Style Code: GY0362

Price: $140

What’s in the video?

In the video, Chris provides detailed information from all the usual categories, providing the in-depth information you need. He supplies expert-level opinions on the materials, cushioning, traction, support, and fit. Here’s some of what he discusses:

  • Formotion technology
  • Lots of PEs and stories
  • First low-top debut signature shoe?
  • Interesting traction pattern
  • EVA carrier midsole with heel Boost
  • Rubbery pods
  • Midfoot rubber outrigger
  • Actual leather areas
  • Different materials for different colorways
  • Black woven sections
  • Sizing recommendations

Don’t forget to check out the Basketball Strong Podcast for a deep dive into the mental fortitude of their guests. While you’re there, listen to Chris’s episode.

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How to Buy the adidas Gil Zero Restomod

The adidas Gil Zero Restomod is available for $180 at iD4Shoes on eBay and will release June 6, 2022 at adidas.

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  1. I tried them on@ Hibbett Sports, didn’t really like it, it still felt too old school and stiff. If that makes sense. It still looks good though.

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