It is not often that a new basketball silhouette is able to generate the hype that has been surrounding the adidas Marquee Boost ever since its announcement just a couple of weeks ago. But here we are and this basketball performance shoe has piqued the interest of ball players and sneakerheads alike.
Reason for all the hoopla is not only the full-length Boost cushioning which has provided all-day wearability in other models before and remains one of the most popular cushioning system out there, but also the knit and compression molded mesh upper that give this ride a super comfy feel.
Taking design cues from past icons and blending them into today’s lifestyle angle the Marquee Boost can easily be worn on and off the court. But make no mistake this is a full-blooded basketball shoe that does not compromise. Full-Length Boost, textile build, herringbone outsole and a padded neoprene ankle collar will all play into improving in-game performance.
Without question the adidas Marquee Boost will compete for the title “most comfortable shoe in the game” this year and for many years to come.