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Latest adidas Reviews

adidas Dame 7

adidas Dame 7

It’s Dame time! Originally debuted via NBA2K21, the adidas Dame 7 recently released online and in stores. Damian Lillard was the undisputed MVP of the NBA Bubble this year. He averaged 37.6 points per game and led the Portland Trailblazers, in come from behind fashion, to snag the Western Conference’s eighth seed. So while Dame only wore the adidas Dame

adidas Adizero Adios Pro Performance Review

The adidas Adizero Adios Pro is adidas’ long awaited high stack carbon plate road racing shoe. Except, adidas has tweaked the carbon plate formula. The Adios Pro only features a carbon fiber plate in the heel. In the forefoot, adidas uses carbon infused rods that mimic the foot’s bone structure. In addition to the rods, adidas uses an all new

adidas DON Issue 2

adidas DON Issue 2

The adidas DON Issue 2 is Donovan “Spida” Mitchell’s second signature sneaker. It follows last year’s extremely popular DON Issue 1. This year, the release colorway is again Spiderman themed. As Spiderman fans ourselves, we enjoy adidas continuing to utilize Donovan Mitchell’s “Spida” nickname to create some really cool colorways.

Reebok Question x Adidas Harden

Reebok Question x Adidas Harden

Recently, we’ve seen the release of various Reebok Question colorways (examples here and here). And from what we’ve heard, more Questions are on the way in 2020. This particular release, still in stock at most large retailers, may be the best of them all. The Reebok Question x Adidas Harden, also called “OG meets OG”, utilizes time tested red, black,

adidas Pro Boost Low

adidas Pro Boost Low

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.

adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL

adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL

The adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL has been the subject of a lot of intense debate. Is it a lifestyle shoe or a basketball shoe? Both the Yeezy brand and adidas haven’t offered any official answers. To add to the confusion, what the various sneaker blogs are saying doesn’t match up.

Yeezys

adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL

adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL

The adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL has been the subject of a lot of intense debate. Is it a lifestyle shoe or a basketball shoe? Both the Yeezy brand and adidas haven’t offered any official answers. To add to the confusion, what the various sneaker blogs are saying doesn’t match up.

adidas is Releasing a Yeezy at the 747 Warehouse St. Event for All-Star Weekend

In just about a week all of the NBA All-Star Weekend festivities will begin. If you haven’t heard, adidas is having an event at 747 Warehouse St. in Los Angeles that will be full of exclusive releases like the Futurecraft 4Ds, BAPE Dame 4, Crazy BYW (Boost You Wear), and Harden Vol. 2. Adding to this list, according to Yeezy Mafia,

adidas Basketball Shoes

adidas Dame 7

adidas Dame 7

It’s Dame time! Originally debuted via NBA2K21, the adidas Dame 7 recently released online and in stores. Damian Lillard was the undisputed MVP of the NBA Bubble this year. He averaged 37.6 points per game and led the Portland Trailblazers, in come from behind fashion, to snag the Western Conference’s eighth seed. So while Dame only wore the adidas Dame

adidas Adizero Adios Pro Performance Review

The adidas Adizero Adios Pro is adidas’ long awaited high stack carbon plate road racing shoe. Except, adidas has tweaked the carbon plate formula. The Adios Pro only features a carbon fiber plate in the heel. In the forefoot, adidas uses carbon infused rods that mimic the foot’s bone structure. In addition to the rods, adidas uses an all new

adidas DON Issue 2

adidas DON Issue 2

The adidas DON Issue 2 is Donovan “Spida” Mitchell’s second signature sneaker. It follows last year’s extremely popular DON Issue 1. This year, the release colorway is again Spiderman themed. As Spiderman fans ourselves, we enjoy adidas continuing to utilize Donovan Mitchell’s “Spida” nickname to create some really cool colorways.

Reebok Question x Adidas Harden

Reebok Question x Adidas Harden

Recently, we’ve seen the release of various Reebok Question colorways (examples here and here). And from what we’ve heard, more Questions are on the way in 2020. This particular release, still in stock at most large retailers, may be the best of them all. The Reebok Question x Adidas Harden, also called “OG meets OG”, utilizes time tested red, black,

adidas Pro Boost Low

adidas Pro Boost Low

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.

adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL

adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL

The adidas Yeezy QNTM BSKTBL has been the subject of a lot of intense debate. Is it a lifestyle shoe or a basketball shoe? Both the Yeezy brand and adidas haven’t offered any official answers. To add to the confusion, what the various sneaker blogs are saying doesn’t match up.

adidas Running Shoes

adidas Casual Shoes

adidas Athletes

James Harden

Damian Lillard

Donovan Mitchell

Derrick Rose

History of adidas

Adidas is a German shoe and sportswear brand founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach. Adidas is the largest sportswear brand and manufacturer in Europe, and the second-largest in the world, behind Nike. 

The adidas Group currently owns Reebok, the iconic sportswear company, a small ownership stake in the German football club Bayern Munich, and Runtastic, an Austrian fitness technology company. 

The company was founded by Adolf Dassler and originally operated out of his mother’s house. Adolf’s older brother Rudolf joined him in 1924 and the Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory was born.

Dassler assisted in the creation of spiked running shoes and switched out the traditional metal spikes for rubber, making the shoe lighter and better suited for competition. Dassler actually convinced the great Jesse Owens to use his shoes during the 1936 Summer Olympics.

Then, in 1949, the two brothers had a falling-out and Rudolf left the company. Rudolf would go on to create another shoe brand you might have heard of: Puma. Adolf would end up changing the company’s name to adidas and the brothers would continue their feud for the rest of their lives. 

The adidas logo which consists of three stripes was actually purchased in 1952 from a Finnish sports company by the name of Karhu Sports for the equivalent of $1,897 euros and two bottles of whiskey. Awesome!