Sam Querrey shoes at US Open

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  1. hansolo

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    This is quite a different colorway to say the least.

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  2. paulorenzo

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    oudin has a rather "out-there" colorway on her adidas shoes as well. pink and yellow i believe.
     
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  3. BreakPoint

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    Must be the design your own colorway program that Adidas has. I think it's called Mi-Adidas or something.
     
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  4. ctmcarlo

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    It's freakin ugly ! He must be color blind...
     
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    Hey that Pretty Little RED riding Hood shoe is NOT working against Kevin KIM....
     
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    It's part of the miadidas push I'm assuming. I wish Nike would loosen up and give its players some choices.
     
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    That look is working now....
     
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  8. NickC

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    It did. Querrey won. And sadly for you, you can't report this post to get it deleted because my (correct) views differ from your deluded ones!
     
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  9. The_Question

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    The interview with ESPN stated Adidas wanted him to design a colorway. He submited his design, Adidas rejected cause it wasn't flashy enough. And this is his 2nd design...
     
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  10. Aces09

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    it looks great!
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    But if Adidas didn't accept his original design, shame on them.
    If you want this guy to wear your clothes and shoes, you'd better give him whatever he wants. If you say "design a shoe" and then say "no, that's not good enough" that's lame. I do like his shoes though. They're pretty sweet. I made a bunch of different US Open based miBarricade V's

    on an off topic, i really really wish Nike would do custom Vapors and Ballistecs
     
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  11. RoddickFan

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    Wow fedace is a loser
     
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  12. jimwh

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    I think the both Querrey and Oudin's shoes look great. Between the great night crowds and the colorful shoes and outfits, its no wonder the US Open is my favorite major.
     
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  13. NickC

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    +1. Only a few months here and you've already discovered the truth. You have some potential, kid.
     
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  14. RoddickFan

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    haha thanks Nick
     
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  15. featherlight

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    the shoe does not even match his outfit , YUCK!!!!!
     
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  16. skyzoo

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    The shoe doesn't match at all. black, grey and white seem pretty nuetral though. adidas told him to make a really flashy shoe for the open like 3 months ago. so don't expect a nice matching shoe
     
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