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Who should buy the Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0

Combined with a good mix of performance and fashion features, the third iteration of the Adizero Ubersonic by Adidas is all set for aggressive matches on any tennis court surface without putting too much toll on the foot. It is a solid option if:

  • You are looking for speed shoes in lightweight yet stable builds that are ready to support their feet during slides, stops, pivots, and lateral cuts.
  • You are looking for a shoe that is usable on any court surface.

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Updates to the Ubersonic 3.0

The Primeknit upper on the Ubersonic 3.0 offers better lateral support and is sturdier than the net-like mesh upper of the 2.0.
The 3.0 comes with a supportive chassis that provides stability when accelerating for the ball.

Excellent traction

Adidas utilized the proprietary Adiwear 6 in the Ubersonic 3, the same outsole setup found in the 2nd Ubersonic iteration. This high abrasion-resistant rubber compound helps extend the performance of the shoe. It is also proposed to deliver excellent traction on any court surface. 

Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Outsole

Herringbone tread pattern

The toe area has a denser herringbone tread pattern that prevents slippage while the wider edges are meant for easy sliding.

Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Herringbone tread patternAdidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 rubber outsole

Supportive midsole

Speed players who are used to wearing tennis shoes with a closer-to-the-ground feel can expect to perform their usual game with the Adidas Ubersonic 3. This subsequent version to the Ubersonic 2 has a slightly flatter sole for increased stability. 

Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Midsole

It carries the same Sprintframe chassis unit found in the preceding profile with a framework that’s essentially lightweight yet adequately supportive during quick directional changes. 

Comfortable cushioning

The 3rd version of the Adidzero Ubersonic is built with a full-length polyurethane midsole that is meant to attenuate impact and shock while giving players a remarkable level of cushioning with every step. To enhance the level of padding, this modified version is made with a beefed-up forefoot and toe box for stability.

Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Comfortable cushioning

Breathable and flexible upper

Compared to the double-layered mesh cover of the 2.0, the Primeknit-constructed Ubersonic 3 is inclined to breathe more organically while offering a natural fit. Plus, it has better moisture-wicking properties than the mesh upper. 

Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Upper

The extremely strong Dyneema fibers that make up the Primeknit structure flex well and support the feet during powerful drop shots, sprinting, or sliding. 

Lightweight built

Visually, this speed shoe is made with a minimalist aesthetic. Adidas slashed down excessive weight by maintaining only fewer hard casings on this improved version, since the Primeknit composition is made to provide support where it’s needed. 

Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Lightweight Built

Despite the lesser load on the upper, which makes it one of the most lightweight selections by the Three Stripes, the Ubersonic 3 is crafted to be sturdier. 

Abrasion-resistant Adituff rubber

The toe area and the medial forefoot are toughened by an abrasion-resistant Adituff rubber. This enduring compound helps protect the foot from bruises and cuts during toe drags, volleys, serves, and intense lateral movements. It also prevents the shoe from wearing out quickly. 

Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Abrasion-resistant Adituff rubber

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 13.1oz / Women 10.9oz
Update: Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 4
Shoe Type: All Court
Collection: Adidas Adizero, Adidas Primeknit
Features: Lightweight, Breathable
Construction: Speed
Material: Knit

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Brenton Barker
Brenton Barker

Brenton is an Australian with 20 years of experience coaching WTA and ATP professional tennis players, whom have won a total of 10 international professional Tournaments. Brenton holds a Degree in Sports Coaching and was the former Head Tennis Coach at the Japanese Government Sports Science Institute. Brenton was also a former Manager & Head Coach of Australia’s Governing Sporting Body, Tennis Australia, and has been a Dunlop International Advisory Board Member since 2010. Additionally, Brenton was the Head of Player development for World No 7 and two-time Grand Slam Champion Johan Kriek.