Verdict from +100 user reviews

10 reasons to buy

  • The Adidas Bermuda works well with casual and sporty clothing, several users have mentioned.
  • A significant number reveals this shoe feels comfortable.
  • Like other Adidas Originals sneakers, the Bermuda with a retro look is described as stylish and smart-looking by most of the purchasers. 
  • This vintage-inspired silhouette is durable, according to some reviews.
  • It is among the Adidas sneakers with high quality that is praised by many.
  • It is easy to put on/off, others note.
  • Almost all adored the cool colorways offered for this model.
  • A few disclosed that the low-top Adidas Bermuda was easy to clean. Some colorways have dark, tonal colored soles. These did not get dirty easily, according to a couple of buyers.
  • Less than a handful have considered this product as a great summer shoe.
  • It is reasonably priced.

5 reasons not to buy

  • A good number of users have shared that the Adidas Bermuda fits tight.
  • Some colorways look different in person, a few have reported. 
  • Models with bright colors are hard to pull off, according to a small number of users.
  • A consumer with flat feet mentions that the collar of the shoe sat too low at the heel and the ankle.
  • One buyer informs that the soles in this model take time to break in.

Bottom line

The Adidas Bermuda makes its comeback and leaves fans delighted. This classic model has already made its mark in the market. Well-received for its vintage yet fashion-forward look, most who have tried it was left satisfied and hungry for more.

Aside from its good looks and eye-catching colorways, this shoe is also favored for its quality materials, durability, superior comfort, and no-fuss construction. Despite issues with its sizing and some of its parts, it is still perceived by most as great value for money.

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Good to know

Crafted with an all-suede upper, this soccer-inspired casual shoe ensures to supply the right amount of support. The narrow construction, however, just provides ample toe room for narrow and average feet. Wide-footed consumers are thus advised to size up for a more comfortable fit.

This model is offered in men’s sizing. Women, however, can still enjoy this classic beauty by getting a pair that is one size smaller than their usual fit.

Commonly available in vibrant, contrasting colors, expect the low-top Adidas Bermuda to make heads turn. Light gray pairs are also available if you prefer a more subtle look. Its old-school silhouette remains simple yet stylish. Match this with your favorite jeans and shorts and end up looking fab and feeling great fuss-free.

Given its versatility, this shoe is also perceived by many as a dependable everyday sneaker. Made with consumer’s daily needs in mind, wearers can expect this shoe to supply adequate comfort to last you the whole day.

Looking almost identical to its sibling, the Adidas Samoa, both have a suede upper with razor-edged three-stripes and eyestays. The Adidas Bermuda, however, is recognized for its brand-free synthetic leather heel patch and tonal sole unit with the famous “Trefoil” logo embossed on its lateral side. Unlike the Samoa, this shoe’s toe front is bumper-free.

German brand Adidas recently made waves for their newfound technologies like the Boost and Primeknit, not to mention their forward-thinking footwear designs. The invention of these remarkable creations, however, would not have been possible without the existence of the brand’s archived models.

In order to pay homage to heritage silhouettes, they recently unveiled the “Adidas Originals Terrace Collection". Unknown to many, these casual classics as well as rare models, highly coveted by die-hard soccer fans who wore these while following their fave teams, actually played an important role in shaping Europe’s and UK’s interesting sneaker culture.  

Included in this collection is the Adidas Bermuda, a silhouette first seen in the late ‘70s and ‘80s. This soccer-inspired sneaker's casual design was considered a staple look during this era. Launched as part of the Island Series, it debuted alongside its siblings namely the Adidas Samoa, Jamaica, Trinidad, and Tahiti.

Only seen during its inception, the brand finally made a decision of giving this heritage footwear a second life. Re-released on January 2017, this iteration maintained its predecessor's original look. Flaunting a full suede upper with serrated three stripes and a tonal rubber sole, this underrated shoe became prominent in the market in just a few months.

  • In-shoe feel is enhanced with the addition of the vintage foam-lined tongue, soft synthetic lining and padded collar.
  • Its low-profile rubber outsole with a unique traction pattern offers durability as well as a reliable grip. The outsole also displays the Adidas Trefoil logo with three horizontal lines.
  • Contrast-colored heel patch improves the Adidas Bermuda’s look.
  • The traditional lace-up closure helps enhance the shoe’s fit. It includes flat tonal laces.
  • An option to personalize the shoe is provided by selected retailers. This gives purchasers the choice to add a flag, badge, number, name, team or hashtag on the shoe with a slight increase in the price.


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Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.