13 users: 3.8 / 5
Base model: Adidas Supercourt
Style: Dad , Retro
Top: Low
Inspired from: Tennis

Verdict from 8.9 hours of research from the internet

9 reasons to buy

  • The Adidas Supercourt RX has a classic chunky ’90s court style, which delighted many shoppers.
  • Most testers are surprised when they put on the pair as it delivers superb comfort even though it’s no Boost.
  • The Supercourt RX has precise, subtle details, which all add up to a luxurious finish, according to the majority of reviewers.
  • Several shoppers remark that these trainers exude expensive designer-label vibes while only costing a fraction of the price.
  • The leather upper looks so premium and feels super soft on feet, some users have mentioned.
  • Several wearers like how the Supercourt RX looks cooler the more it gets beat up.
  • A couple of customers love its simple white and off-white contrast as it brings into focus the uniquely sculpted silhouette.
  • The tongue looks unique, and its foam adds a lot of comfort, at least one user has pointed out.
  • Given its deluxe quality, the Supercourt RX is reasonably priced, according to a handful of reviews.

2 reasons not to buy

  • At least one customer gripes that the Supercourt RX can’t accommodate orthotics.
  • This model has a few colorways available, which let down some shoppers.

Bottom line

Adidas introduces a fresh addition to their Originals category, the Supercourt RX. It is decked in supple leather that settles atop a chunky, sculpted, split midsole. Wavy lines, high sidewalls, and other precise details flesh out the vintage-inspired silhouette, giving it the contemporary street-wise vibe.

The Supercourt RX is colored in various shades of white, further exemplifying the brand’s half-century lineage of tennis sneakers, such as the Stan Smith. Crisp and fresh in today’s streets, the Supercourt RX has that modern classic look, proud of its heritage. It sits at $140, a reasonable price.  

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The Supercourt RX shoes are available in both men’s and women’s sizing. It has a low profile, which lets the ankles retain a full range of motion in each stride. That helps the wearer adapt to rapid, random foot transitions. Besides that, a lace-up closure fastens the leather upper and locks the feet in with an adjustable fit.

These sneakers come from a half-century-old tennis heritage, and they share the same design DNA with the legendary Stan Smiths—see the Supercourt RX’s trio of perforations. But this model is fleshier than most tennis-inspired sneakers, almost like a dad shoe.

That said, the Supercourt RX fits into casual, preppy, sporty, and athleisure clothing styles. Men and women can flaunt these sneakers with either jeans or joggers, tee or jackets. While limited, the colorways still present great choices, such as cloud white/cloud white/off white, crystal white/chalk white/raw white, and the special snakeskin-themed colorway (core black/linen/st pale nude).

The Supercourt RX joins in the long list of Adidas Originals. It stands out because it carries a half century’s worth of heritage, which is distilled to create the Supercourt RX silhouette. On top of that, it showcases modern detailing, as is seen in its sculpted midsole and upper overlays.

Setting the tone for their future Originals creations, Adidas launches the Home of the Classics capsule. The collection comprises of ten silhouettes, which were reworked all-white versions. It includes the Supercourt, Continental 80, Superstar 80, Rivalry Lo, Stan Smith, Torsion Comp, Nizza Hi RF, S.C. Premiere, and the A.R. Trainer. It also includes two new silhouettes, inspired by the classics.

The hero silhouette of the collection is the Supercourt, accompanied by its sibling, the Supercourt RX. Both are distilled from Adidas’s fifty-year tennis heritage, aiming to pave new directions for the brand. These fresh Supercourts represent what is best of the brand.  

  • Adidas branding is detailed in the sidewalls, tongue, insole, heel, and outsole tread.
  • It has a pull tab on the heel, which aids on-and-off wear.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.