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Adidas Prophere Sneakers Review

Adidas Prophere Sneakers Review

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Adidas Prophere Sneakers Review
Adidas Prophere Sneakers Review
The Adidas Prosphere is a stylish shoe that combines desirable elements from both retro styles and more modern trends, and is offered at a really great price due to the absence of Boost in the shoes. However, this may be a compromise not many are willing to have. That, and the fact that the kicks feel quite heavy.
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Retro shoes are the in thing these days. Look into most of the popular styles and you’d often find that they have an old release for inspiration. Or, they can simply be retro—a reissue of a popular model with an appeal that found its way back to the market. As what has been proven time and again, that is not necessarily a bad thing; some styles just happen to transcend time.

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US$268.50 – $4,304.00 
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Release date: 2017
Price: $120

It is easy to confuse the Adidas Prosphere for an old model, or even the well-acclaimed NMD, but the pair is actually a fusion of both the old and the new. We’re not going to pretend that it is not banking on previous marketable pairs but it’s worth noting that the Prosphere also bears some characteristics that still make it very much of the modern times. Adidas has chosen to do away with the tongue, and the design can be very avant-garde. The sole and the stripes are noticeably massive, also demanding for your attention.


The design of the Adidas Prosphere is undoubtedly stylish, and for many, that alone is a great consideration for buying them. Adidas also offers more colorways than one for the model, intending to appeal to more tastes. And unlike other trendy sneakers, these actually sell cheaper than most at $120, a price that can be hard to resist. They offer as much comfort as sock sneakers like the Balenciaga runners which is considerably more expensive. The pair is accommodating to the feet as they provide sufficient cover as well as support.


A consideration that makes this cheaper than other shoes by Adidas is the fact that this is among the few that does not employ the company’s Boost technology. The shoe is comfortable enough, although some may opt for the better cushioning that Boost offers. A general consensus among wearers is that the shoe can take some time breaking in and feel stiff in the beginning. They also weigh heavier than most and are oversized.

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