Blacked Out Adidas Ubersonic 2.0 - Clay

#1
FYI, available in Europe or the new Adidas NYC flagship store on 5th ave. I picked up a pair this week, gorgeous in person, super comfortable, retails at $130, all sizes still available to the best of my knowledge.
 
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dje31

Professional
#2
I know in one of the teasers / shop catalogs that someone linked, it showed an Ubersonic 2.0 Clay in white / blue. It was really sharp looking. Is it ever coming out in the States?!
 
#4
Spring/Summer release colors are the all White and Orange right now, the all Black later this month, and Green (FO) in April. There's also the Street Art limited edition in April that is Black/Teal?/Urban Camo? on the heel.
 

TW Staff

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#7
FYI -- Both Tennis Warehouse and Tennis Warehouse Europe will have this shoe.

TW will release it on 2/1 and I will double check with our TWE buyer on when it will launch in Europe.

Michelle, TW
 
#9
Spring/Summer release colors are the all White and Orange right now, the all Black later this month, and Green (FO) in April. There's also the Street Art limited edition in April that is Black/Teal?/Urban Camo? on the heel.
so the next clay court version of the ubersonic 2 comes in green. could you please describe that in more detail, what kind of green (like neon green or british racing green for example) etc.
 
#11
FYI, available in Europe or the new Adidas NYC flagship store on 5th ave. I picked up a pair this week, gorgeous in person, super comfortable, retails at $130, all sizes still available to the best of my knowledge.
Do you still like the shoes? How is the width?
 
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dje31

Professional
#15
Just got my pair of the black Uber2.0 clay. Super sharp looking, feel great just around the house. They make Barricades feel like Frankenstein boots.

Can't wait to try them on-court, but schedule and weather aren't cooperating.
 
#18
Just got my pair of the black Uber2.0 clay. Super sharp looking, feel great just around the house. They make Barricades feel like Frankenstein boots.

Can't wait to try them on-court, but schedule and weather aren't cooperating.
Let us know how you like them. I need a pair and finding my size is tough BUT I see they have my size available now.
 

dje31

Professional
#20
I'm trying, mctennis & PigPen, and dying to do so, but thwarted repeatedly. My normal hitting partner took a job out of town...and the times that I've been able to wedge in a session with the ball machine, it's been spoken-for, said to be out of order, weather, etc. < sigh >

But they look and feel great wearing them around the house!
 

dje31

Professional
#21
Okay, so I was---finally---able to get the ball machine at lunch today, to try out the Uber2.0 clay, blackout colorway. SUPER happy with them. Granted, it's not exactly match conditions, but they've got plenty of support and comfort.

I've got other adidas shoes with the primeknit booty upper, and they basically fit like a glove, with no break-in. Granted, I wore these around the house, but they never felt stiff since first taking them out of the box.

The tread, while a traditional herringbone, is just about identical to the Barricade 7 clay, but perhaps a bit more edge to them. Granted, my B7Cs are long in the tooth, but I don't recall them being as sharp when they were new.

That might actually lend themselves to crossover use on hard courts as well, though they obviously won't have a tread warranty. I'd say it'd be safe to alternate between clay and hard with these without significantly wrecking the tread, cushioning, or useful life of the shoe.

For reference, I have a C-width 11.5 US, medium arch, no issue or orthotics, and they fit true blue for me.

Hope this helps. Cheers!
 
#23
Okay, so I was---finally---able to get the ball machine at lunch today, to try out the Uber2.0 clay, blackout colorway. SUPER happy with them. Granted, it's not exactly match conditions, but they've got plenty of support and comfort.

I've got other adidas shoes with the primeknit booty upper, and they basically fit like a glove, with no break-in. Granted, I wore these around the house, but they never felt stiff since first taking them out of the box.

The tread, while a traditional herringbone, is just about identical to the Barricade 7 clay, but perhaps a bit more edge to them. Granted, my B7Cs are long in the tooth, but I don't recall them being as sharp when they were new.

That might actually lend themselves to crossover use on hard courts as well, though they obviously won't have a tread warranty. I'd say it'd be safe to alternate between clay and hard with these without significantly wrecking the tread, cushioning, or useful life of the shoe.

For reference, I have a C-width 11.5 US, medium arch, no issue or orthotics, and they fit true blue for me.

Hope this helps. Cheers!
Thanks for the review. My only concern is the wide width of my foot.
 

dje31

Professional
#26
Thanks for the review. My only concern is the wide width of my foot.
I feel your pain, if only indirectly. My wife's feet are really wide, plus arch and plantars fasciitis issues. She has a tough time finding shoes of any type that work for her feet.

If her toes were webbed, she'd be a multiple gold medal / world record holder in swimming.
 
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