Verdict from 2 experts and 100+ user reviews

4 reasons to buy

  • According to most testers, the traction of these low-top basketball shoes works well on immaculate courts.
  • Nearly all reviewers love the Pro Bounce Madness Low’s cushioning setup. They claim that it offers a little bit of everything—court feel, impact protection, responsiveness, and bounce.
  • A lot of testers are satisfied with the shoe’s materials. According to them, the upper feels light and minimal yet still provides the needed structure and support.
  • These low-tops are very supportive, most reviewers declare. They are saying that the lateral TPU banking barrier does an excellent job of containing the foot.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Just like its high-top counterpart, most testers are complaining that the Adidas Pro Bounce Madness Low 2019’s traction is very inconsistent. They claim that just a little bit of dust makes them slip out on the court.
  • Most reviewers gripe about some minor heel slip during play.
  • Several are quick to comment that these Adidas basketball shoes could look better.

Bottom line

In terms of performance, the Adidas Pro Bounce Madness Low plays just like the high-top Pro Bounce Madness 2019. These low-tops are supportive, responsive, and quite comfortable to play in.

The shoe’s biggest issue is still its inconsistent traction. So, if you frequent pristine courts, then the Pro Bounce Madness Low 2019 will have you covered. Otherwise, just add five dollars and grab a pair of Damian Lillard’s fifth signature shoe with the Three Stripes.

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Good to know

The low-top version of the Adidas Pro Bounce Madness 2019 is designed for agility. These basketball shoes boast a responsive Bounce midsole so you can hustle up and down the hardwood in comfort. A lateral TPU overlay provides stability for quick side-to-side movements while a herringbone traction pattern provides exceptional grip as you cut to the hoop.

Cushion. As its name suggests, the Adidas Pro Bounce Madness Low is equipped with a flexible full-length Bounce midsole that offers a responsive and adaptive feel.

Traction. The Pro Bounce Madness Low 2019 has a rubber outsole with a zonal herringbone traction pattern for enhanced on-court grip.

Length and Width. The low-top version of the Adidas Pro Bounce Madness 2019 fits like its high-top counterpart. Wearers are reporting that these basketball shoes fit true to size; providing a snug and cozy fit.

Lockdown. These low-tops from Adidas has a lace-up closure and an articulated collar for enhanced support and lockdown. The Pro Bounce Madness Low is also equipped with a TPU midfoot overlay for added lateral stability.

These Adidas basketball shoes are constructed with a lightweight textile mesh upper for increased breathability. A high-abrasion toe cap provides increased durability.

This Adidas team model has a low-top cut for increased agility as you run up and down the court. The Pro Bounce Madness Low also boasts a two-tone upper for added style of the court.

The low-top version of the Adidas Pro Bounce Madness 2019 comes in the following colorways:

  • Core Black/Core Black/Footwear White
  • Core Black/Footwear White/DGH Solid Grey
  • Dark Green/Footwear White/Active Green
  • Grey Five/Grey Four F17/Grey Three F17
  • Maroon/Footwear White/Collegiate Burgundy
  • Scarlet/Core Black/Active Red


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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.