this is why adidas shoes are the best out

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  1. tennismastermine

    tennismastermine New User

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    i personaly think that adidas has the best shoe on the market today. I have several pair of adidas and they have not let me down yet. The adidas shoe is very comfortable and manuverable. I am currently wearing the adidas barricade II and they are amazing. Nike i seem to get rid of the very quickly, so as babolat, which is the shoe that i see most people wearing. adidas offers the specific shoe that you are able to lock in your foot with secure your foot and make sure that you are nice and comfortable. adidas also has nice looks which also makes it the best shoe. butthe next time you are out looking for shoes, try adidas.:)
     
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  2. Bartelby

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    They've had some slight failures across their ranges, but they usually return to form.
     
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  3. ArliHawk

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    Adizero Feather II is a great example. For this update, they widened the last to give a more universal fit. And after the Barricade 6's, I think most would agree that the 7's are an improvement.
     
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  4. anhuynh16

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    another fail thread of yours... smh...
     
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  5. goosala

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    If you want Adidas to be the greatest shoe company then they need to make a wider model for people who don't have narrow feet. The Barricade 5 was OK until the six came out and it along with all other models became narrow as Kate Moss.
     
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  6. Bartelby

    Bartelby G.O.A.T.

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    The 7 and Feather 2 are both suitable for wide feet.
     
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  7. goosala

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    The Feather 2? They look like cheerleading shoes. They belong with a pair of bloomers and pom poms.
     
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  8. ArliHawk

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    They are wonderful shoes, and beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I think the blue/yellow ones are beautiful shoes.
     
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  9. goosala

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    Gimme an "A".
    Gimme a "D".
    Gimme an "I". Too funny.
     
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  10. JDMasFCK

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    i agree.... thread is full of fail again
     
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  11. got spin?

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    somewhat of a pointless thread, but, this? coming from a Nike finatic such as yourself? smh
     
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  12. dr. godmode

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    my toes always ram into the end when i stop
     
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  13. NJ1

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    Go up 1/2 a size in Barricades to eliminate that issue. My B7s are a 12 while my CourtBallistec 2.3, 3.3 and 4.3s are 11.5s. I find in running shoes it's the same thing, 12 in Adi 11.5 in Nike.

    I have zero toe jamming issues in the B7 and early impressions are it's the best tennis shoe I've ever worn.
     
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