Who should buy the Adidas N3xt L3v3l 

This high-top Adidas basketball shoe is a great match for you if:

  • You want a shoe made from top-notch materials that provide superb comfort on your feet
  • You are after a shoe that has reliable traction for smooth performance on any court

Adidas N3xt L3v3l logo

Who should not buy the Adidas N3xt L3v3l 

Some players mentioned that this pair feels thin and and not supportive, so if you are after an average and solid material, you might want to go with Adidas D Rose 8. Several are also not pleased with the pair's price, so if you're looking for an affordable one that does not compromise performance, you can opt for Adidas Fusion Storm.

Adidas N3xt L3v3l midsole

Impressive midsole technology

Equipped with Adidas’ new Lightstrike foam, several basketball players are satisfied with the N3xt L3v3l’s midsole. Some commented that it delivers resilient cushioning that lasted all game long. The all-new Lightstirke midsole provides non-stop comfort without the added weight.

Adidas N3xt L3v3l toebox

Outsole that delivers on any surface

Similar to the Adidas Harden Vol. 3, the Adidas N3xt L3v3l features an aggressive herringbone traction pattern for superior on-court grip. Many mentioned that this pair has an exceptional grip that is perfect for performing cuts and pivots.

Adidas N3xt L3v3l outsole

Snug fit, but not for wide feet

According to verified buyers, the N3xt L3v3l runs true to size. However, wide-footers are warned that these slip-on basketball shoes run narrow and feel very tight.

Adidas N3xt L3v3l laceless

Superb lockdown technology

People who bought this pair mentioned that it delivers the much-needed locked-in fit that enhances their movement and allows them to change directions smoothly. This makes sense given its sloped Primeknit upper and sculpted TPU banking barrier.

Adidas N3xt L3v3l heel

With Adidas N3xt L3v3l, comfort is a priority

With a series of technical innovations, Adidas reimagines both style and performance. The Adidas N3xt L3v3l boasts a laceless Primeknit upper and a new midsole cushioning technology.

Adidas N3xt L3v3l back

The full Primeknit textile upper delivers ultimate lockdown with its areas of stretch and support. Adidas’ new Lightstrike foam provides athletes with improved step-in comfort as they run up and down the court.

Insanely light

Thanks to its Lightstrike foam, many players have attested that the Adidas N3xt L3v3l is lightweight. Some commented that it feels a lot lighter than the Adidas Boost and Adidas Bounce series.

Adidas N3xt L3v3l collar

Adidas N3xt L3v3l: design details

Styled by Adidas Brookly Farm designer Nick Daiber, the Adidas N3xt L3v3l boasts a sleek laceless silhouette that sets the tone for the future of Adidas basketball. The Farm’s 11222 zip code is displayed on the heel while an oversized Three Stripes logo is placed on the medial side.

Facts / Specs

Top: Mid
Lockdown: Slip-On
Features: Ankle support
Colorways: Black / Red / Grey / Yellow / Blue / White / Orange / Green
Special editions: One special edition
SKUs: EE5422 / EF2257 / F36272 / F36282 / F97258 / F97259 / G27761 / G28810 / G28811 / G28812

Compare popularity Interactive

Compare the popularity of another shoe to Adidas N3xt L3v3l:

Adidas N3xt L3v3l video reviews

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.