Summary

We spent 6.7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

5 reasons to buy

  • Plenty of reviewers praised the Adidas Adiease x Gasius for being a stylish shoe. 
  • Many purchasers of the low-top sneaker recounted how much it attracts attention and praise. 
  • Several people remarked that the Adiease x Gasius is a comfortable footwear.
  • The casual shoe is well-made and has an excellent finish according to some users.
  • A few testers said the Adidas Adiease x Gasius is an excellent summer shoe. They added that the reflective detailing made it perfect for night cycling.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The Adidas Adiease x Gasius is slightly narrow, a user said.
  • The low-top shoe runs small, one individual reported.
  • A reviewer said the sole is a little hard and the shoe needs a better insole.

Bottom line

The Adidas Adiease x Gasius is a fashionable shoe that does not lack comfort. Turn people’s heads with this stylish and well-made footwear. The weaving adds a nice visual interest to a simply-designed shoe and the reflective accents are an excellent touch.

Wear it for cycling, walking, or any casual activity. However, be aware that it could run small and narrow.

Facts

Top: Low
Inspired from: Skate
Collaboration: Gasius
Collection: Adidas Adiease
Price: $80
Colorways: Beige
Size
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The Adiease x Gasius is offered in men’s sizes which range from 6 to 12. The shoe uses lace closure which can be adjusted to your feet. Adidas structured this to be a skating shoe and it does offer sufficient support and hold for those who live an active lifestyle.

The Adidas Adiease x Gasius has a definite elegant vibe that can easily be dressed up or down. Pair your shoe with a chino and long-sleeved polo shirt for semi-casual events. You can also match it with jeans or shirts for casual outings.

Aside from the distinctive woven detailing on the Adiease x Gasius’ upper, the reflective three stripes and glow-in-the-dark artwork on the tongue adds to the shoe’s visual flair. The design is an eye-catcher, and the comfort is a bonus.

Skateboarding has been around for decades, but it wasn’t until the late 90s when major athletic wear companies began to sit up and take notice of the sport. Before this, skateboarders had to make do with kicks made by small footwear companies dedicated to the sport or utilize basketball and other sports-inspired shoes when skating.

Adidas recruited pro skaters Mark Gonzalez, Lucas Puig, and Dennis Busenitz along with some others to form their Skateboarding group in the early 2000s. These pro skaters not only promoted the brand but also collaborated with the company to create their skateboarding versions of shoes from within the Adidas archives.

The Adidas Adiease was launched by the brand as an addition to their Skateboarding line. The shoe is inspired by an indoor soccer footwear but recreated to make it more suitable for skateboarding. The Adiease has since been released in many versions and colorways. One of the versions is the Adiease x Gasius, a collaboration with the known British artist.

The Adiease x Gasius was released in May 2017 and features a clean off-white upper with an intricate woven pattern sitting on a black sole. The left tongue contains an animated caricature while the right has the tagline, “ADIDAS-FUTURRE-GANGS.”

  • The glow-in-the-dark artwork is screen-printed onto the tongue.
  • The shoe has a silver textile lining and a vulcanized rubber outsole.

Comparison

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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

daniel@runrepeat.com