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The low-top Adidas Bounce Workshop shoes are unisex pairs offered in men’s sizing. It has laces that can be adjusted according to the preferred tightness or looseness of the wearer. In its midsole is the Bounce technology that is made of EVA foam. This Adidas tech aims to provide responsive and flexible strides.

The Adidas Originals Bounce Workshop casual sneakers feature a technical appeal but with the comfort of casual footwear. This kick has a textured upper that is made of mesh and suede overlays. Also, the wave of durable layered fabric and the tonal 3-Stripe branding complete the overall retro look. 

Down below is the high-gloss mudguard and the sculptured midsole that gives bold and striking appeal. The Bounce branding found on the tongue is in silver hue to add a stunning and futuristic touch to this bold sneaker.

Adidas offers this in several hues. The most popular colorways are the cloud white/stone, core black/solar red, core black/white, yellow/cloud white, and black/chalk/multi. The recent release, meanwhile, uses two-tone color-blocking, thus creating a look that is almost the same as the RF Ozweego sneaker. These two-toned releases are the ice mint, clear blue, true pink, and cream white. 

Because of its stylish appeal, the Adidas Micro bounce T1 looks fashionable on feet when paired with a plethora of outfits. From the everyday denim jeans to the eye-catching oversized baggy pants, this running-inspired kick will almost certainly enhance one’s usual outfit.

The Adidas Originals Bounce Workshop displays bold details that send an explosion of creativity vibe. The overall look brings back the 90s innovative sculptured midsole. These circular tubes provide an ultra-cushioned ride that brings distinctive spring, ideal for that all-day comfort. Meanwhile, the layered upper gives the classic appeal with a glossy mudguard for an added plush look.

Adidas launched its turn-of-the-millennium innovation called Bounce cushioning technology. This technology uses circular compression units on its midsole that provides responsive and springy feel. These circles flatten as the wearer takes a step and quickly snaps back to its original position to effectively absorb shock and instantly return the energy to its wearer.

The Bounce tech was seen in almost all footwear of Adidas and considered a staple in 00’s Adidas’ fleet, at one point. From basketball to running, most iterations carry this ultra-responsive and futuristic-looking innovation from the Three Stripes.

After almost two decades of hiatus, Adidas quietly unveiled the Bounce technology in one of their lifestyle sneakers. The Adidas Microbounce T1 “Workshop” arrives with a modern style. It kept the multi-material upper with glossy mudguard for an elegant finish. The unique full-length Bounce midsole and the black rubber outsole finish off the entire look.

  • The rubber outsole of the Adidas Bounce Workshop provides traction on several surfaces.
  • The Bounce logo is seen on the tongue.
  • Pull tabs are found on the tongue and heel.


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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.