Summary

We spent 9.7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what basketball players think:

4 reasons to buy

  • The Cloudfoam cushioning of the Adidas Pro Adversary Low is commended by many wearers for its responsiveness.
  • A handful mention that these Adidas basketball shoes are true to size.
  • Most leave comments that the build of the Pro Adversary Low is great for casual wear.
  • A lot of users are happy that these Adidas sneakers are affordable.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A few observe that the textile upper of the Adidas Pro Adversary Low is not durable enough to last a season of games.

Bottom line

The Adidas Pro Adversary Low is a good casual shoe. There isn’t a lot of feedback when it comes to its court performance. The users, however, are more than satisfied to rock these kicks for everyday wear. They commend it for its Cloudfoam cushioning. New buyers on a budget are advised to get a pair of the Adidas Pro Adversary Low.

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The Pro Adversary Low is another economical basketball shoe from Adidas. These unisex sneakers are designed to be enjoyed by everyone. Its low-top silhouette allows wearers to be cozy, mobile, and agile. For responsiveness, the Cloudfoam technology delivers an all day comfort. The Achilles has a soft heel foam for a nice fit. The textile upper is breathable and flexible. The herringbone rubber outsole offers optimal grip on any surface.

But then there are buyers who are not convinced that the Pro Adversary is for the court. Many of them search for alternative kicks to meet their needs and stay on the budget.

First is the 11th Jordan signature shoe of Chris Paul. At only at $115, this positively-reviewed low-top hoop shoe is made of premium materials.

Basketball returnee Puma Hoops released a $120-sneaker inspired by the brand’s first signature athlete Walt “Clyde” Frazier. The Clyde Court Disrupt is a surprise to many. At only $120, these low-top basketball kicks delivers more than just performance.

Cushion. The Adidas Pro Adversary Low comes with the enhanced Cloudfoam cushioning. It offers optimum comfort and responsiveness. Cloudfoam is not as great as the Bounce or Boost technology. Even so, it helps protect the leg muscles from fatigue and stress.

Traction. The Pro Adversary Low features the classic herringbone traction pattern. The rubber outsole has multidirectional pattern for a good court grip. The outrigger on the lateral side offers stability upon landing. The outsole comes in gum and solid rubber.

Length and Width. There are no reviews found about the fit of the Adidas Pro Adversary Low. New shoppers are recommended to fit the shoe to the nearest retailer to make sure of their actual sizing.

The Pro Adversary Low is unisex as indicated in Adidas’s website. Women are recommended to opt for a full size to a-full-size-and-a-half down for a snug fit.

Lockdown. The Adidas Pro Adversary Low utilizes the standard lace-up closure. The tongue comes with a loop to prevent it from side-to-side movements. Because of its full tongue, the shoe allows Orthotics.

The upper of the Adidas Pro Adversary Low is made of textile upper. The material is flexible and breathable for a comfortable fit. The ankle delivers optimum comfort from the well-cushioned heel and inner walls of the shoe. The low-top silhouette of these Adidas basketball sneakers are built for mobility and agility.

Low-top basketball shoes are diverse when it comes to style. The Adidas Pro Adversary Low is appealing when worn with any pair of plain pants and shirt. A no-no would be baggy pants. As for women, there must be no hesitation to pair these hot kicks with sport skirts or dresses.

The Adidas Pro Adversary are released in these colorways:

  • Cloud White/Core Black/Grey
  • Core Black/Footwear White/Gum
  • Core Black/Grey/Cloud White
Author
Dimitrije Curcic
Dimitrije Curcic

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.

dimitrije@runrepeat.com