The Adidas Matchcourt Slip ADV’s outstanding feature is its performance as a skateboarding shoe. It is lightweight, has excellent traction, and features a sole that gives the wearer a precise board feel.
Adidas Matchcourt Slip ADV History
The Adidas Matchcourt was originally introduced in the 1980s as a tennis shoe. It was based on the classic Nizza model which had a rubber toe cap, and classic court looks. The shoe was reissued in 2015 as part of the brand’s skateboarding collection but with an updated design to make it more suited to the sport.
The new version featured a vulcanized sole, rubber toe design, lace-up closure, and enhanced grip and comfort. It was released in three colorways: black and white, white-on-white, and scarlet and white.
A year after, during the first half of 2016, a slip-on version came out—the Matchcourt Slip ADV. The slip-on is made of a textile upper with a molded PU sockliner and the same durable toe cap the silhouette.