February 21, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 0
The sneaky shots of the adidas adiZero Rose 3.0 continue, with another teaser popping up that gives a considerably more thorough idea of what to expect from this upcoming silhouette from adidas Basketball. Fittingly showing its face in a ‘bred’ combo, the initial look displays a redone Derrick Rose logo that makes better use of his floral familial name. Also notable is the absence of Three Stripes branding save for the vertical hit on the back end, an approach established to some degree already by the adidas adiZero 2.5. The multi-layered Sprint upper seems to be in effect as well, decorating the sneaker with smaller perforations than ever before with the red sectioning peeking out between the black. Hit the jump for the latest teaser and stick with Sneaker News for more shots of the adidas adiZero Rose 3.0. via AaronKnows
yes as long as there is the 3 stripes on the back it will looks good but the base of the shoe looks funny hopefully its a sample
These are coo. Hope they make a few tweaks! FINALLY he gets a logo. Bout time adidas! Am I the only one who noticed they went back to his 1.0 toe cap? Me likes that!
i dont give a f*ck about y'all... if this shoes have a swoosh or a jumpman logo on it, y'all be goin crazy but this shoes are dope... stop hating on adidas.. if d-rose signed with nike, he be wearing hyperfuses right now. but like i said, i f*uck with adidas especially the d-rose line.. bet y'all would buy those when y'all see on footlocker at the end of this year. #rosemvp #adidasbasketball
I for one actually like the silhouette. It's the 3 stripes branding that just make it look cheap and unsignature-like. That's what Adidas has to figure out rather than just running 3 broad stripes down the back / down the sides / etc ... but people wear a basketball sig shoe for casual wear more than hoop purposes.
I love the Bulls. Love Rose. I want to buy his shoes. But Adidas keeps stepping on its dick and making these terrible shoes for him. I can't get behind this. Makes me appreciate Tinker's genius even more.