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adidas adiZero Rose 3.0 ‘Chicago Bears’

June 4, 2012 BY / 9

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adidas rose 3 chicago bears summary adidas adiZero Rose 3.0 Chicago Bears

Established in 1919, the Chicago Bears are one of only two original NFL franchises still remaining from the league’s founding.  With that much history in America’s third largest TV market, it’s easy to understand why this upcoming adidas adiZero Rose 3.0 release is going to be just as popular as the Bulls joints.  Derrick Rose’s next Three Stripes signature lays glossy navy blue over an orange base layer along with two-toned corded laces and a speckled midsole to bring the otherwise high contrast blend together.  Have a closer look at the Bears-inspired details in a bunch of additional images after the jump and let us know how this ‘Monsters of the . . . ‘ colorway compares to previous Bill Swerski-approved adiRose drops.  Photos: hupu

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9 comments
Harding
Harding

I don't know what y'all looking at but this looks blah. I'm a huge DRose fan but the shoe could've been waaaaaay better. I like most of the shoe but the upper is just plain and has weird looking perforations. Expected way more from Adidas for their $250 million man.

shed
shed

i bet rose is now on his treadmills and weights strengthening that knee

kicks67
kicks67

This shoe is dope. not a big fan of adidas but if this is the conceptual direction they are going in they on the come up.

newsouth912
newsouth912

It's ok I guess. I really don't like how the sole of the adidas is shorter than the actual shoe where as a Nike basketball shoe, the sole flares out. It just seems more stable that way

nicedime
nicedime

seems really bulky...Adidas growing heavier

TL7
TL7

Agreed...Looks like a damn winter boot. Those laces don't help the case either. In my opinion, this is a big step in the wrong direction. I was really feeling the Rose 2.5's, these are not even worth a second look.



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