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Top: Low
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Price: $99
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Reign supreme on the court or even off it in the Adidas SPD Takeover. These lightweight low-top basketball shoes from the Three Stripes have knit uppers that provide proper ventilation. The Cloudfoam midsole sufficiently cushions every step, affording the wearer a good dose of comfort even if the shoe is worn the whole day. The shoe’s rubber outsole features the proven and tested herringbone pattern.

Cushion. The midsole of the Adidas SPD takeover is made of pillowy Cloudfoam. This material makes sure that the wearer’s every step is well-cushioned.

Traction. The outsole is made of non-marking rubber, and it features the time-tested herringbone pattern. Multidirectional movements, quick cuts, and swift changes in speed won’t be a problem all-game long.

Length and Width. No review talks about how the SPD Takeover from Adidas fits. Just to be safe, online buyers like you are advised to just go with the usual sizes that you get when you buy Adidas footwear. It will be much better if you find ways to try this shoe on before you make your purchase.

Lockdown. The sock-like construction of the shoe’s knit textile upper gives it a one-to-one fit. The snugness of the SPD Takeover can be adjusted through its lacing system that conventionally runs along the midfoot.

The upper is made of knit textile that is both durable and breathable. This material is also flexible enough to adjust to the contours of the foot, especially after prolonged and frequent use. The SPD Takeover’s in-shoe comfort is further ensured by an Ortholite sockliner.

The low-top silhouette and largely monochromatic skin of these Adidas basketball shoes give them such a classic look. It is devoid of branding save for the Three Stripes on the rear lateral side and an ‘adidas’ callout on top of the tongue.

The Adidas SPD Takeover is available in a few colors. The following are some.

  • Core Black/Footwear White/Scarlet
  • Footwear White/Footwear White/Gray Two

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