Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • The majority of the users found the Adidas Seeley Mid very comfortable.
  • Many liked the simple and versatile look of this sneaker.
  • This shoe has a very reasonable price point.
  • Several reviewers cited that this kick is easy to style and could match almost any casual ensemble.
  • Some skaters shared that this footwear has reliable ground traction.
  • A handful of buyers expressed admiration for the quality and durability of this footwear.
  • A very few buyers considered the Adidas Seeley Mid as lightweight.
  • A high percentage of the respondents recommended this sneaker to their friends.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Few reviewers found this sneaker tad narrow. They suggest grabbing a half or full size up than the buyer's regular size.
  • A couple of disappointed buyers disclosed that the toecap of their Seeley Mid is easily worn out only after several uses.
  • A reviewer disclosed that this shoe needs break-in time.

Bottom line

The Adidas Seeley Mid features the exact profile of its ancestor but with a mid-top to deliver better support and striking style. The comfortable upper rests atop the flexible and durable vulcanized outsole for a better onboard experience. This shoe's grip and board feel are praiseworthy, making this a highly recommended pair for buyers who want to have a forward-look without sacrificing the comfort and price.

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Good to know

The Adidas Seeley Mid is presented in both gender's sizes. Men have a size range of 6 to 14 while women have 7.5 to 15.5 US both in medium width. It has the traditional lace-up closure with padded collar and footbed for the secured comfort and fit that suits the daily wearing.

The mid-top Adidas Seeley Mid showcases a straightforward look with improved details for a swanky vibe. The mid-top height with classic details will surely add noteworthy effect to one's casual ensemble. The upper can be made of canvas, leather, and other synthetic material fashioned with iconic features such as leather 3-Stripe and heel brand tab. This shoe is perfect for various occasions that need attractive yet straightforward footwear.

Wearers don this with light colored or denim washed jeans and style it either tucked in or out of the shoe collar. They match it with tees, polo, or even with hoodies for authentic Thrashers look. Meanwhile, others sport this with their skinnies, shorts, and some women style this with their dresses to upscale their everyday casual look.

The mid-top silhouette of the men's and women's Adidas Seeley Mid delivers a neck-breaking feature to the overall simple look of this model. The raised collar height aims to achieve better ankle support while doing flip tricks on the board and better protection while cruising the city pavements.

The Adidas Skateboarding Project was established in 1989 by the Adidas Originals that focuses primarily on producing footwear and apparels that are specific for skateboarders. This line supported professionals, non-professionals, and elite skaters all around the globe.

In 2011, Adidas launched the first Seeley model, which was inspired by a classic boat shoe. It features leather material with a low-top silhouette for easy control on the board. The EVA sockliner and the rubber outsole delivers bare bone comfort with comfortable foot flex and enhanced board feel.

The Adidas Seeley Mid, launched few years after, displays same profile but with a mid-top profile for better support and comfort. It features upper with premium materials and vulcanized rubber outsole for durability and flexibility.

  • The Adidas Seeley Mid is constructed with vulcanized gum rubber outsole with a herringbone pattern that delivers flexibility and durability.
  • It has jagged iconic 3-Stripes for that authentic retro vibe.
  • The Trefoil logo can be found stamped on the tongue.
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.