Profile of the Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low

Released in August 2018, the Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low retails at $110. It features full-length Bounce for a smooth and comfortable ride. The light  textile mesh upper is reinforced with knit for a durable fit. The ankle collar is equipped with the Geofit technology for comfort. The enhanced traction pattern has a promising performance once  broken in. These low-top basketball shoes suit any player in any position.

Some wearers would love to wear signature shoes with the same price range as the Pro Bounce 2018 Low. Adidas offers Damian Lillard’s fifth signature sneaker in a mid-top form with the same Bounce cushioning.

Performance

Cushion. The responsiveness of the Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low comes from the full-length Bounce in its midsole. It is a lightweight foam known to absorb impact. It quickly bounces back to its original shape, providing explosive energy returns in the process. For rigidity, the midfoot comes with a TPU shank.

Traction. The Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low features an enhanced traction pattern in concentric circles. This pattern delivers reliable floor control especially during the execution of multidirectional footwork. For balance and court grip, there are four suction-like holes in the forefoot area.

Depending on the colorway, these Adidas basketball shoes come in either a solid or translucent rubber outsole.

Fit

Length and Width. The Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low is reported to be true to size. So far, there are no issues with the fit. If in doubt, new buyers are advised to fit the shoe before buying.

Lockdown. To keep the foot in place, the Adidas Pro Bounce Low uses the traditional lacing system. It also has outriggers for added support. These added features become especially useful when the player is in aggressive motion.

Material

The upper of the Adidas Pro Bounce Low features two technologies–Forgefiber and Geofit. The Geofit is the small pillow-like cushioning units that are embedded in the inner walls of the shoe for ankle comfort. The Forgefiber technology is composed of TPU-coated fibers that are heat-pressed. They are stitched on the sides of the knit upper for support and durability.

Style

The Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low reportedly looks like a team shoe. For those who do not play hoops, these low-top basketball shoes can be used as part of their casual or office outfits. They look great with either long or short pants and a simple shirt. Plain or black leather jackets are great additions, too.

Special Colorways of the Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low

According to Adidas’s website, the following are the Adidas Pro Bounce 2018 Low colorways available:

  • Collegiate Gold/White/Maroon
  • Core Black/Ftwr White/Core Black
  • Core Black/Lgh Solid Grey/Hi-Res Blue
  • Ftwr White/Core Black/Crystal White
  • Grey One F17/Gold Met./Aero Green
  • Grey Three F17/Gold Met./Grey Four F17
  • Power Red/Ftwr White/Core Black

Adidas Pro Bounce Low Jaylen Brown PE

Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics got his rendition of the Adidas Pro Bounce Low on November 1, 2018. The shoe comes in a black upper with green, gold, and white Adidas stripes. The tongue has a distinctive “FCHWPO” callout, which stands for Faith Consistency Hard Work Pay Off. It comes with a black Bounce cushioning and sits on a gum rubber outsole.

Facts / Specs

Weight: 336g
Base model: Adidas Pro Bounce 2018
Top: Low
Lockdown: Lace-Up
Collection: Adidas Pro Bounce
Colorways: Grey / Blue / Orange / Purple / White / Green / Black / Yellow / Red / Gold
SKUs: AC7427 / AH2676 / AH2678 / B41863 / D96472 / D97637 / D97638 / F35942 / F35946 / F36939

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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.