The adidas Pro Boost Low is a new adidas team shoe that seems to be a continuation, or more accurately a replacement, of the adidas Pro Bounce line. Our basketball shoes reviewer Jalique Gabay was able to purchase a pair and record a detailed look and review video for the WearTesters audience.
What’s in the video?
In the video, Jalique 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:
- Rest in Peace to the solidly performing Pro Bounce line
- Is Donovan Mitchell’s DON sneaker line taking over for the Pro Bounce?
- This colorway’s “organic motherland” vibes
- Combination of herringbone and blade traction
- Boost within a Lightstrike carrier
- Basic, nothing to write home about, insole
- Can Jalique feel the Boost?
- How does the Lightstrike feel compared to the Dame 6 and Next Level 2020?
- The upper’s mix of textiles and synthetics
- An explanation of what adidas calls the “gore-band” tongue
- Cable eyelets pros and cons
- The Pro Boost Low runs long. But how long is that?
- Sizing recommendations for wide footers
And as an added bonus, Jalique provides a quick update on another review he’s working on (and will finish soon if courts open again).
Watch the full video by pressing play above or by clicking here to watch on YouTube.
How to Buy the adidas Pro Boost Low
The adidas Pro Boost Low is available for $110 at adidas.
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