Starting at the top of the silhouette is a bold “adidas” logo stamped over the neoprene tongue. “ADIZERO” branding appears just below the padded collars, complemented by a set of flat laces seen around the forefoot. Most of the shoe boasts a protective adizero-coating that covers the upper rear quarter and sidewalls while the toecap is constructed with breathable mesh. Other details like an embroidered Rose motif at the heel counter and an articulated midsole equipped with LIGHTSTRIKE cushioning technology completes the boisterous court silhouette.
Priced at $120 USD, all of adidas’ new colorways of the D Rose 11 are currently available on the brand’s website.
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