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adidas D Rose 6 Boost Primeknit: Quiick Review

adidas D Rose 6 Boost Primeknit: Quick Review

Alright, welcome to my quick review of the D Rose 6 Boost Primeknit! This is the last version of the Rose 6 which has a Primeknit upper. I’ll talk about what’s changed from the last versions and if it’s worth buying. I’ll also list all

D Rose 5 REVIEW: Not the Rose 6, Still Damn Good

D Rose 5 REVIEW | Not the D Rose 6, Still Damn Good

This sick looking basketball shoe is getting some SERIOUS drops in their price. With the D Rose 6 dominating adidas’s shoe sales, aren’t you curious how the older model performs? We’ll take a look in the sneaker’s appearance, technology, performance, comfort and price aspects.  MAIN

Adidas D Lillard 1: On Par with the Lillard 2?

adidas D Lillard 1: On Par with the Lillard 2?

In my review of the D Lillard 2.0, I said it is one of the best basketball shoes ever made, along with its incredible price tag. Well, maybe you can’t even afford the second shoe for $105? If so, the first Damian’s signature shoe, D

adidas D Lillard 2 REVIEW: Ultimate Performance

adidas D Lillard 2 REVIEW | Ultimate Performance

adidas D Lillard 2.0 Type: Mid Top Sneaker Weight: 425.5 g / 15.01 oz Retail Price: $105 Tech: BOUNCE, SprintFrame, TORSION SYSTEM, Continental Rubber Fit: Go half a size down Available colors: 8+ My Rating: 10/10 Best Places to Buy: Amazon | Eastbay IT DOESN’T HAVE TO

Adidas Crazylight Boost 2015 | Tech & Performance

adidas Crazylight Boost 2015 | Review & Breakdown

With a lot of popular signature shoes released, there are still a lot of great performers out there. This shoe is definitely one of them. Let’s have a look at the adidas Crazylight Boost 2015 Primeknit. We’ll cover the appearance, tech, performance, comfort and price

adidas D Rose 6 Review

Adidas D Rose 6 Review | BOOST At It’s Best!

Welcome to my adidas D Rose 6 review! Let’s take a detailed look at the sneaker. We will be taking a look at its tech, performance, comfort, materials and decide if it’s worth the price. NOTE: A new ‘Primeknit’ version of the D Rose 6 has