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adidas Hoops ended 2018 with a bang, by debuting multiple new performance basketball silhouettes to the market. The adidas Harden Vol. 3 topped off as the best performance basketball shoe of the year, while other silhouettes such as the Marquee Boost, Pro Bounce, T-Mac Millenium, Pro Bounce, and other budget-friendly, affordable options also reigned the market at the end of the year.
We first reported upon what was speculated to be the adidas Marquee Bounce earlier in December. After receiving confirmation, and official images, we can now confirm that these are in-fact an upgraded build to the adidas Pro Bounce, dubbed the adidas Pro Bounce Madness. Sporting a totally new build, design, and silhouette in comparison to the original Pro Bounce, the adidas Pro Bounce Madness looks to take all of the key performance elements of its predecessor, and fine tune them to create an even better performance basketball shoe.
The adidas Pro Bounce Madness has officially surfaced in a low and mid-top cut in colorways for some of the nation’s top NCAA College Basketball Programs; Kansas Jayhawks, Arizona State Sun Devils, and the Miami Hurricanes. Official tech specs haven’t surfaced quite yet, but out of speculation, the sneakers look to come equipped with an aggressive herringbone sole tread, similar to that of the adidas Harden Vol. 3. In addition, full-length Bounce cushioning seems to be featured, while a lateral mid-foot “banking-barrier”, or TPU midfoot clip cages the adidas Bounce foam for lateral support. A standard mesh upper and lacing system finishes off the sneakers.
Rumored to release in the Spring this year, the adidas Pro Bounce Madness looks to debut in four upcoming colorways inspired by some of the nation’s top college basketball programs. Expect an affordable price point of under $115 for these. Do you dig the newest adidas Hoops silhouette? Do they look like the adidas Dame 5? Keep it locked here as a release window for these pairs approaches, and official release details come under way.