41 best red Adidas basketball shoes

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    Active Red/Black/Aero Blue
    Shock Red/White/Collegiate Navy
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    Maroon/White/Maroon
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    Red
    $100 $53 Save 47%
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    Active Red/White/Scarlet
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Adidas has always been one of the pioneers and connoisseurs in the footwear industry. As such, the brand has been able to withstand the test of time, staying on top of the game even after all these years. Not only is the Three Stripes able to maintain its top ranking in terms of technology, but it has also made sure to keep up with the market’s artistic trends.

The Three Stripes has managed to inject their creations with a combination of eye-catching elements and striking color twists while keeping up with the zeitgeist. Catering to a broad market, they’ve managed to appeal to the hip and fresh while also managing to pump out more traditional-looking shoes for a different market. Color ranges from the traditional black and whites to more daring looks such as bold reds, leafy greens, and sunny yellows to name a few.

What does the color red represent?

best red adidas basketball shoes
Best red Adidas basketball shoes - April 2019

The color red has been as a longstanding presentation of fire and blood. It is a color of energy, vitality, and power. Significant in numerous cultures from around the globe, the hue seems to mean several different other things to different cultures. For the Chinese, crimson represents luck and good fortune. It is also the color associated with China’s four seasons. For the Japanese, besides being a part of the country’s flag, the color is also closely related to the Shinto and  Buddhist traditions. While in India, a red forehead mark is a sign of catching good luck.

Regardless of the numerous meanings for this bloody hue, one thing is undeniable - red is a highly striking color. It’s no wonder it has been integrated into Adidas basketball shoes. Much like how it’s interpreted in a variety of cultures around the world, the brand brings its own twist to the shade in each shoe model, almost like telling a story.

Notable Red Adidas basketball shoes

Here are some of the top basketball shoe models that have embraced the reddish tones in their silos:

Adidas Harden Vol 2

The Adidas Harden Vol 2 seems to have attained the perfect balance between dark and bold colors by combining them in a soft gradient. With a bright red coloring in the forefoot area, the shade slowly darkens as it approaches the completely black heel. The shoe also makes use of a unique lacing system that has lace holes integrated with the side panels, bringing a good mix of utility and aesthetics to the model.

Adidas Harden Vol 3

The brainchild of Rashad Williams and James Harden, the third release of the Harden line did not disappoint. It manages to mesh technology with a secure construction into a single model. A definite stand out from the shoe’s collection of color renditions is the coral version of the Adidas Harden Vol 3. The model exudes vitality as well as class for the new release.

Adidas Crazy Team 2017

Looking bold with a mostly red upper peppered with black and white elements Adidas Crazy Team is yet another looker of a model for red Adidas basketball shoes. Delivering protection through the mostly synthetic leather upper, comfort is also ensured through the adiPRENE+ cushioning system incorporated in the midsole.

Adidas Crazy Explosive

Described by Jaden Brown as a thing that looks like from the future, the shoes seems to deserve the ‘crazy” attached to its name. Looking quite different from the usual one-tone basketball shoes found in the market today, the Adidas Crazy Explosive has swirling patterns all over the shoe’s upper. This red Adidas basketball shoe is one fireball of a pair on the hardwood.

Adidas D Lillard 3

The bloody Adidas D Lillard 3 basketball shoe, though a monochrome, is never boring. The red that covers the upper is able to carry enough interest;  the shoe’s already interesting features balance the overall look. Construction-wise, balance is also observed. The Bounce technology ensures  a cushioned responsive ride, while the FUSEDMESH upper secures maximum foot lockdown.

15 best red Adidas basketball shoes

  1. Adidas Explosive Bounce
  2. Adidas Harden Vol. 2
  3. Adidas Harden Vol. 1
  4. Adidas D Lillard 3
  5. Adidas CrazyLight Boost 2016
  6. Adidas Pro Bounce 2018
  7. Adidas Crazy BYW X
  8. Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low
  9. Adidas Marquee Boost
  10. Adidas D Rose 773 IV
  11. Adidas D Rose 773 III
  12. Adidas Marquee Boost Low
  13. Adidas Crazylight Boost 2018
  14. Adidas Pro Bounce Madness 2019
  15. Adidas T-Mac Millennium
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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.

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