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Maintaining the same stability that players long for in a Barricade shoe, the Barricade Classic Bounce still delivers with an altered support system for improved performance. This tennis gear features the Bounce midsole technology replacing the Adiprene and Adiprene+ cushioning from the previous profiles.
This multi-court designed shoe still benefits from the high-wearing quality of the Adituff in the toe and the abrasion-resistant Adiwear outsole.
Heavy-duty rubber. Crafted for total coverage on multiple court surfaces, the Adidas Barricade Classic Bounce features the Adiwear outsole. This heavy-duty rubber compound offers resilience and extra durability on any court setup.
Grippy tread. The tread patterns are meant to provide grip during stop-and-go movements.
Support. The Torsion System is the key to providing midfoot integrity. This thermoplastic arch support enables the rearfoot and forefoot to move autonomously without causing any pain to the foot and joints. The Torsion naturally allows the midfoot to develop firm hold to the ground while offering maximum support and stability.
Cushioning. The Bounce technology is injected between the insole and outsole to provide a soft layer of impact protection for the Barricade Classic Bounce. It safeguards the feet from impact with its “bouncy” feature while supplying a considerable amount of energy return.
Cover. Synthetic materials and mesh combined make up the entire expanse of the Adidas Barricade Classic Bounce. The net-like mesh underlay and perforations on the forefoot are meant to offer breathability. However, some users asserted that there’s limited airflow within the shoe.
Added protection. This tennis shoe has been optimized to manage the harshness and rigidities of the sport. It gets an added mask of protection from the Adituff wrap at the inner forefoot and toe area. Such feature prevents the forefoot cover from getting ripped off easily through constant toe drags.
- The Barricade Classic Bounce comes with a removable insole.
- This design is succeeded by the Adidas Barricade Classic which has perforations in the forefoot and side panels.