Who should buy the Adidas Adiease Premiere
The Adidas Adiease Premiere was released in 2016 and got its inspiration from a classic indoor soccer sneaker. This is a great buy if you want:
- A shoe that is suitable for wearers with slender feet
- A shoe with a retro profile that has sufficient support and protection
Adidas Adiease Premiere Style
The Adidas Adiease Premiere boasts its stylishly simple, versatile, and retro profile. It is made with a low-top lightly padded collar and tongue to maximize the range of motion and to provide just enough support and protection to the wearers. It also showcases a classic design that will surely make some retro heads celebrate. It comes in various colorways fitting for skateboarding or any laidback activities. Most wearers don this kick with baggy pants, shorts, joggers, and even activewear.
Lightly cushioned tongue
It has a lightly cushioned tongue that is wider than the usual shoe.
AdiTUFF rubber underlay
The AdiTUFF is a rubber underlay located at the vamp to improve the durability and abrasion resistance of the Adidas Adiease Premiere, thus lengthening the lifespan of the shoe.
Removable molded PU sockliner
It has a removable molded PU sockliner for added comfort and protection.
It also has a vulcanized outsole that contributes to the lightness, flexibility, and quick break-in period.
Adidas Adiease Premiere History
During the late 1980s, Adidas Skateboarding was created to serve skateboarders. This project typically re-engineers profiles from the excellent library of Adidas shoes to create a shoe fit for skateboarding needs. To further improve the line, the Three Stripes collaborates with many world-class Thrashers such as Dennis Busenitz, Mark Gonzalez, Lucas Puig, and Mark Suciu.
Adidas released the Adiease as an addition to their SB line. It was inspired by a classic indoor soccer sneaker and reconstructed to create a durable pair suitable for skateboarding. To date, the brand was able to release a number of variations and collaborations.
The Adiease Premiere was released early in 2016. It aesthetically looks like the original Adiease but with the AdiTUFF on the toebox which provides additional reinforcement, making it more sturdy for tricks and flips and jumps.