Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • Many buyers say that the Adidas Pro Spark 2018 Low is true to size.
  • Many wearers report that the Pro Spark series is among the most comfortable that they’ve worn. Kevin Durant’s Nike KD 11 is also praised for its overall comfort.
  • Similar to LeBron’s 16th sneaker with Nike, there are a considerable number of players who say that these Adidas basketball shoes are supportive enough.
  • There is at least one wearer who claims that these Adidas shoes have great traction.
  • According to some wearers, the uppers of these Adidas low-top shoes are made more durable by the synthetic overlays and the decorative stitchings.
  • Several users think that these Adidas low-tops look nice.
  • People who want value for their money should really go for the Pro Spark 2018 Low, some purchasers say.

1 reasons not to buy

  • At least one user says that morning dew seeps through the upper material quite easily, and it’s causing problems.

Bottom line

If you want a shoe that performs, the Adidas Pro Spark 2018 Low can be the right one for you. Players say that it is supportive and it bites the courts well. It is also durable, so it can serve you for a while. Because many think that it is quite stylish, you can rock it even when you are off the court. Now that’s hitting two birds with one stone.

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Good to know

It is very safe to say that the only difference between this shoe and the original Pro Spark 2018 is the height of their collars. The low version also has Cloudfoam in the midsole and herringbone on its soft and flexible rubber outsole. Its textile-and-mesh upper is also reinforced with synthetic overlays and ornate stitchings on the fore lateral side.

Cushion.  The Pro Spark 2018 Low’s one-piece midsole features Adidas’s Cloudfoam. It is reinforced by an eco-friendly ortholite insole to deliver plush cushioning and ensure a responsive ride.

Traction. The pliable rubber outsoles of these Adidas basketball shoes feature full-length herringbone, which is a pattern that rarely lets anyone down performance-wise.

Length and Width. The low version of the Adidas Pro Spark is reportedly true to size. There will be no sizing issues with this one.

Lockdown. To ensure a fairly supportive ride, the Adidas Pro Spark 2018 Low has an anatomical fit around the ankle. It also has an effective lacing system for fit adjustments.

Comfort and ventilation seem to be the priorities of the Adidas Pro Spark 2018 Low. This shoe’s upper is made of a combination of textile and mesh. To make it more durable, the upper is reinforced with synthetic overlays and some decorative stitchings on the fore lateral side.

This model looks a lot like the mid-top Pro Spark, except of course for its low collar. It sports a largely monochromatic appearance. It proudly displays the brand’s iconic Three Stripes on the lateral side. It has soft grooves around the ankle, giving it a strikingly distinct aesthetic.

Pairing this shoe with many types of casual outfits and activewear won’t be that much of a problem; its rather straightforward look make it so easy to match with almost anything.

The Adidas Pro Spark 2018 Low is available in a number of colorways such as the following:

  • Collegiate Royal/Footwar White/Grey Two F17
  • Core Black/Bright Blue/Core Black
  • Core Black/Core Black/Core Black
  • Core Black/Footwear White/Gray Five
  • Core Black/Scarlet/Grey Four F17
  • Footwear White/Core Black/Gray One F17
  • Grey Four F17/Metallic Silver/Core Black
  • Grey Three/Collegiate Navy/Grey Two


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Dimitrije Curcic has been playing basketball for over 22 years. Like Manu Ginobili, he’s a left-hander whose moves led him to a better career-shooting percentage than the Argentine himself. After playing professionally for 10 years, Dimitrije moved to coaching for two seasons before he became a basketball statistician for StatScore, and FanSided contributor for the San Antonio Spurs. Dimitrije loves to tell hoop stories through numbers and graphics and has been featured on Fansided, FiveThirtyEight, Eurohoops, and TalkBasket among the others.