Size and fit

For maximum comfort and a customizable fit, the sneaker’s flat lace stretches down the forefoot, while the molded insole ensures an ergonomic fit. The Adidas Court Vantage is offered to both men and women.

Adidas Court Vantage Style

Inspired by an iconic signature tennis shoe, the Adidas Court Vantage showcases clean lines and a streamlined style, that’s a minimalist’s dream come true. This low-cut court staple is built with a lightweight shape, provided by a canvas upper, ensuring comfort with every step.

The sneaker’s simple and timeless style matches well with a variety of different outfits, whether smart casual, sporty, casual, or just plain casual. The Adidas Three Stripes take a place of pride on the side of the shoe, along with branding on the tongue and heel.

The Adidas Court Vantage brings a casual and cool style for everyday wear. It can be worn with or without socks and is known to go well with jeans, track bottoms, shorts, and even skirts and dresses for women. The shoe is available in multiple colorways, patterns, and prints, from monochromatic white or black, to eye-catching hues and textures. As sure as retro-inspired sporty fashion is here to stay, the Adidas Court Vantage is a smart but subtle way to integrate the trend into your look.

Also, variety is definitely something the Adidas Court Vantage is abundant of, being offered in various different upper constructions. One of the notable ones includes the perforated kangaroo leather build with the heel tab as the only contrasting element. This version forgoes the three-stripes on the side, going for very minimal embossed branding on the tongue. Another version is built with a debossed leather and suede, featuring contrasting serrated three-stripes.  There’s also a version that showcases a leather upper with perforated detailing for breathability and visual impact.

Other Adidas Court Vantage builds include tonal breathable mesh that overlays reflective three-stripes, supple nubuck, a combination of smooth leather and textured mesh, leather, and soft suede with a leather heel tab. This sneaker certainly isn’t lacking in options.

Notable Features

The Adidas Court Vantage features the comfort and performance of molded Ortholite sock-liner, which helps inhibit odor and prevent slippage. For a classic feel, some versions of the sneaker feature no-sew serrated three-stripe branding.

Adidas Court Vantage History

Adidas’ sub-brand, Adidas Originals is essentially a lifestyle sub-section with an athletic edge. The brand stays rooted in its sports heritage and uses it to combine with contemporary style, unwavering in its resolve to “Celebrate Originality.” Distinguished by the Trefoil logo that was first introduced in 1972, Adidas Originals transforms athletic footwear from the abundance of its archives with popular street style in mind.

Adidas lifestyle footwear is renowned for giving new life to some of the brand’s most iconic moments in sports and style history, taking advantage of Adidas’ rich history that stretches back over 60 years, while drawing inspiration from today’s street culture. Adidas Originals has been phenomenally successful in seamlessly fusing technical performance design with street-ready style, which helped make the label become a fundamental part of Adidas.

Reflecting the brand’s legendary excellence on the courts, the Adidas Court Vantage gives new life to the celebrated Adidas Rod Laver tennis shoe of the 1970s. Its minimalist aesthetic merges both classic elements as well as contemporary styles. Wearing the sneaker is like wearing a piece of history with every step.

Nice to know

  • For low-profile traction, the sneaker features a thick and durable vulcanized rubber outsole.
  • The sneaker features Adidas' heel plate and Adidas Originals branding on the tongue.
  • A molded sockliner adds a little more cushioning and comfort.


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