Verdict from 10 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Many skaters comment that they skate well with the Adidas Copa Nationale because of its grippy sole.
  • Several buyers love the shade of the blue Copa Nationale, which the yellow stripes complement well.
  • Some customers mention that they will also buy the Adidas skate shoe in other colorways.
  • The Copa Nationale skate shoe is versatile, according to many.
  • A couple of reviewers love the stylish look of the sneaker.
  • According to a handful of users, the sneaker is extremely comfortable.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A skater mentions that the stitches of the Adidas Copa Nationale wear out faster than what he/she expects.
  • One does not recommend the skate shoe for new skaters who are starting to learn tricks because practicing a trick repetitively will destroy the skate shoe quickly.

Bottom line

Adidas releases the Adidas Copa Nationale, which is a soccer-inspired skate shoe. The shoe is one of those versatile sneakers that can be worn in different events. 

Skate with the Copa Nationale with its grippy outsole, or go to work while flaunting its stunning color and slimmed-down silhouette.

Tip: see the best sneakers.

Good to know

The low top Copa Nationale that was released by Adidas lets the skaters do flips and tricks without worries since the ankles can move freely. Additionally, the lace-up closure found in this skate shoe, together with its leather upper, provides a glove-like fit and keeps the feet securely in place as the skaters do their tricks.

The Copa Nationale is another Adidas football-inspired sneaker that is brought to the world of concrete. However, despite being designed for the boards, it does not look like your typical skateboarding sneaker. 

The Copa Nationale can also be used for casual wear. The yellow tint details harmonize well with the dazzling royal blue upper and brown rubber sole. You can wear this with jeans or corduroy joggers or other skateboarding outfits that you are comfortable to wear while skating.

The brand produced a skateboard shoe, which was inspired by its archive of soccer shoes. However, unlike the usual skate shoes that many people know, the Adidas Copa Nationale has a slimmed-down modernistic silhouette. It has no excess padding, which makes it look more like a cleat rather than a skate shoe.

The sneaker comes with a Cloudfoam midsole for cushioning, shock absorption and support, and a grip-enhanced rubber outsole for a functional and skate-friendly detail.

Being in the industry for a long time, Adidas was able to release a number of collections like the Adidas Originals and the Adidas Skateboarding. The Adidas Skateboarding collection was founded in 1998. This pack focuses on improving both the look of the shoe and the feel of skateboarding through the brand’s innovative design, technology, and materials. The Adidas Originals collection inspired some of the skateboarding shoes’ silhouettes.

In the present, puffy skate shoes from the 90s are coming to light once again. However, Adidas stands out with their slimmed-down skate shoe, the Adidas Copa Nationale. With the release of the new Copa Nationale, the Three Stripes was able to hit the sweet spot between fashion and function, and successfully sought the favor of the skaters and sneakerheads.

  • The Adidas Copa Nationale has a rubberized TPU tip for an enhanced grip on the board.
  • A premium leather and mesh material were put together to make up the shoe.
  • The inspiration for the Copa revolves around the brand’s indoor soccer shoes paired with a low profile aesthetic.
  • It has an Adidas branding at the side of the heel, tongue, and outsole and the three stripes at both sides of the shoe.

Rankings

How Adidas Copa Nationale ranks compared to all other shoes
Bottom 1% sneakers
All sneakers
Bottom 1% Adidas sneakers
All Adidas sneakers
Bottom 1% low sneakers
All low sneakers

Popularity

The current trend of Adidas Copa Nationale.
Compare to another shoe:
Author
Danny McLoughlin
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.