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I have played basketball for many years and I swear these are the most comfortable shoes I have for the court. I am a strict on my grip and these have outstanding grip. I now own 3 pairs and have my 4th pair on the way. I am stocking up so I have these years For years to come. This shoe is incredible.
After 2 wears on the court the soles are starting to yellow. The red pull tab ripped when I tried to stick my foot into the shoe. Other than that everything else about the shoe is perfect. These are really comfortable on court.
They fit perfectly and are very comfortable but much thinner material than I expected and no liner. I have a 34-36 waist depending on pants and purchased a large. I am used to Adidas being somewhat sturdier (maybe they are) and the thinner weave is throwing me off. I will see how they hold up over time. If they do I would purchase again
I bought these shoes knowing that I would have to break them in, shout out to Soul Brothers on youtube for informing me of that. Once I broke them in they were pretty comfortable. The adiprene is pretty standard cushioning set up and the boost provides a great impact for heal strikers such as myself. I love the materials and the color way is sick. The traction is pretty durable no slippage or wearing yet and I've had them for about 2 months. I also own the lillard 2.0 and in comparison they have more cushion but if you want a combo of court feel and cushion these are a must. If anything just get the shoes as an extra pair. If ball is life you can never have too many hooping shoes.
I have played competitive basketball for my whole life. Throughout all the years I have probably gone through around 30 pairs of basketball shoes. Today i’m reviewing the Damian Lillard 2.0’s. I’ve gone through Lebrons, Kobes, D-Roses, KD’s , Curry’s, and many more, but the Damian Lillard 2.0’s are for sure my favorite. The Damian Lillard 2.0’s have amazing comfort. The tongue of the shoe is connected to the ankle part of the shoe to give your ankle more stability. The shoe is made out of very nice material- Jacquard, which is flexible and looks very nice. These shoes also have BOUNCE Technology, which is another thin layer of foam which gives the shoe a lot more comfort and helps you to jump higher. BOUNCE helps to make the landing soft and so it doesn’t hurt at all. When running it feels very comfortable and soft. A shoe with out BOUNCE feels hard when u land and run which can sometimes hurt your feet. During play a shoe with BOUNCE helps the shoe to have more comfort and you can get a little more spring when u jump. A shoe without it is hard and u can’t jump as high and it can hurt your feet. Addidas has gone all out on their latest shoes. The Damian Lillard 2.0’s also have SPEEDBOOST. Which gives more comfort and flexibility to the shoe.When running it is comfortable and the shoe moves perfectly to help you get down the court well. The worst thing about the shoe is the grip on the outsole. It still has decent grip but it’s not the best. The grooves on the outsole are a little bit too close but still works very well. When you are running and don’t have very good grip your shoe slides and it is a lot harder to cut to the basket and you can’t run as fast. Which is bad, you need to have good grip in basketball to do certain things well. If the grooves on the outsole were a little farther apart the shoe would have amazing grip. Although everything else about the shoe is fantastic. These shoes are very cheap. They are around 90-110 dollars, but if you want to customize them it will be about 125-150 dollars which is still very cheap. Some other shoes are very expensive like some LeBrons and Kobes are almost $300. These are amazing shoes for how cheap they are. With everything I talked about all put together into one, These are easily my favorite shoes I have ever had. The LeBrons are too bulky, and without the BOUNCE and SPEEDBOOST technology the shoes aren’t as good. The next best shoe I have had are the Curry 2’s but they don’t have the BOUNCE or SPEEDBOOST so they are not as good. They are also very cheap they range from $105-$125 and they are on addidas official website and on a few others like E-Bay and Amazon. The BOUNCE and SPEEDBOOST are amazing and make the shoe very comfortable. It is also very lightweight for all the things it has on it.The Damian Lillard 2.0’s are for sure my favorite basketball shoe that I have ever had.
I just got these for me and my wife last week. She's never had a good basketball shoe before and said she felt like her feet were in heaven. I have worn Jordans, the Curry 1 and the Curry 2. This shoe was the cheapest of all of them and its the comfiest too. Great traction on the court, good padding... I got a bruised left heel in my Curry 2's and in these shoes it doesn't even bother me. I play 10 hours a week and rotate my shoes, these will be my go to shoes now.
This is the best bball shoes I've ever bought! D rose 6 has the Best cushioning ever and it is still pretty responsive with adequate court feel! The Black & Red colorway is durable and really well padded so it feels comfortable, however the ventilation could be a little bit better!
In my third time playing in the shoes, one of the shoes lace holders snapped. Its a shame i never got to enjoy them, because the loose strap kept flopping all around. Plus, the size of the shoe runs very big.
I purchased the DLillard 2.0 Static colorway. These shoes are awesome, they are lightweight and have good responsiveness. On another note, please release the home colorway again! I know a lot of people want them and will buy them. These new colorways are not the greatest.
The quality and the outlook of the shoes are excellent. Traction is great on indoor court. For the down sides, two things need to be mentioned, boost and fit. Boost is great soft, I can feel it clearly, but after 2 hours play, my knees and ankles are sour, which has been with me for recent two year. I think it went with the soft boost. The other thing is about the fit, to get good lock down feeling, there are two lace eyes in each shoe, but they quite hurt my feet and I have to wear thick socks or not using them. Hope the next version will be better.
these shoes are great i didn't break them in and i played a game right away had 0 pain and they have great traction . amazing comfort and look very nice on the court over all great shoe and for the price very well worth it .
Solid shoe. Runs 1/2 size large. I have a very wide foot and the forefoot was sufficiently accommodating. Traction is better on the d Lillard 2 when dust is present, as opposed to the 2.0 due to the different traction pattern on the crazylight boost mid/outsole. Due to the material used in the bootie, I experienced some heel slipping to start, but once the material roughened up a bit and I broke the shoe in it was fine. You're probably not going to get better performance or materials for the price, boost is amazing--if only it was full length.
I want d rose 2, but its not available now... so i need to find anything need to replace.... and now i found the d lillard 2.0 it fits so nice and very comfortable for my feet. Its nice for me for playing a point guard in basketball...
I bought these shoes a week and a half ago. I have balled in them twice and they feel great. The bounce cushioning is very comfortable and responsive, and the heel counter works surprisingly well, and it's not as clunky as it looks. The shoe also doesn't take very long to break in. The bottom of the shoe is also made from a tire compound, so the traction is pretty solid (I never really slid around). The materials in the shoe make it very comfortable; I had no problems balling in them for multiple hour sessions. I have also worn these casually, and they look great. The static color way makes it possible to wear these with almost anything, and they look fly. Would definitely recommend these shoes to anyone. Plus, they're only $105! The durable materials, amazing comfortability, sweet design, AND the $105 price tag make this shoe a must-have.
These shoes are really good. I feel like the left one is more comfortable than the right one though. It really fits my feets allthough I have small feets. Not that that heavy and good looking. You should really go get yourself a pair.
Super comfortable shoe, the boost is great. A little tight just beyond the laces, but the rest is great. Traction could have been better but I play outdoors on poor Tarmac so can only be so good. The build quality is phenomenal and I definitely recommend these shoes. They look great. This was for the synthetic leather model.
I'm 34 and play pick-up 3 times a week. I am on the (slight) physical decline and I have a bad case of plantar fasciitis. These shoes are a god send. I initially played with them with the stock insole but shortly removed them for a superfeet orange insole for better arch support and they are by far the best I've played in in years. In my opinion they top the Kobe 9, Lebron 11/12/13, Melo M11, KD5 & 8, Clutchfit drive 1&2 mid and highlight. Those shoes may have some great features but overall the Rose 6 Allstar is my favorite. The only small complaint is that they have a little too much movement in the forefoot when doing step back type plays. It's not noticeable when you are playing but definitely the first few times you warm up. The lacing system takes some getting used to as well. Overall, if you like crazy cushion and an overall solid shoe.....this is it.
I always have to break in my basketball shoes and, so far, I've only worn these once. I didn't feel any instant comfort but I may just need to wear them a few times. On the right shoe, I felt a bit more pressure on the front of my ankle where the highest lace is tied. I checked the inside of the tongue and there was nothing out of the ordinary there. My left shoe was fine so I'm not sure what the issue was with the right shoe. Again, maybe I just have to break them in. I do love the grip of the outsole though. I was slipping at all and I was able to pivot and quickly stop and go without any issues.
When buying these shoes i was skeptical to the performance of the shoes as i knew how heavy the shoe was and how the materials aren't very flexible. When i opened them though i was blown away, the boost creates a cloud for you to run on! With all this boost in the shoes does have negative effects though. Trying to be light on your feet and on your toes is a struggle. The grip on the shoe is good but wiping is needed due to the grooves not being very deep. I would recommend this shoe to a big man or a powerful player due to all the boost and the way the shoe is made. The ankle support is OK, there is very thick padding in the ankle but i feel it could come a little higher on the ankle and have a few more lase loops. All in all the shoe looks great, is made amazingly and performs really well.
I bought this shoe back in January and by the end of February, there were permanent stains in the suede from rain or basketball courts. In March, I started noticing that my left shoe had a hole in the suede by the pinky toe. I went to my shoemaker and he was able to fix it. More money I had to put into the shoe... The shoe fits and feels amazing so I try to wear them as much as possible, but maybe a week later there is a huge ripon the seam of the shoe in the middle of the inside of the same left shoe... I don't play basketball very often, maybe 3-4 time a week for 2-3 hours but this is insane how easily this shoe broke. Hopefully this is just a problem with this one shoe because they are so comfortable and have a great grip...
Great shoe, low comfortable ride Played ball with it for hours, never felt any pain in my knees and ankles. Boost cushion is "the beast". The primeknit material didn't require the usual break in time. A little long though, but I went a half size down and it was just right.
Catch everyone's eye when I wear them on court, switched out for thicker insole for a little more cushion, this also solved a little of the dead space problem I was having above he toes. Make sure you keep wiping the outsold and you're good. Got mine for 70 something and I'd definitely recommend, but if they're over 100, go with the d lillards or crazy light.
I bought these shoes and I wore them about 5-7 times a week and they did not hold up well. First I noticed the boost was chipping, then I noticed that rubber material in between the boost was getting beat up then in a game at halftime one of my laces ripped in half and had to buy new laces then I noticed the traction in some places was ripping. And the shoes are pretty heavy, I were kd's for a casual shoe and when I take my basketball shoes off after practice I notice a HUGE weight difference. PS Im not writing this because I hated Drose or Adidas but it is quite the opposite i'm just saying this is not the shoe for you if you play ball as often as I do.
Let me start by saying that this shoe is a great shoe and i like the all-around look. But I always wear a 9.5 in any basketball shoe, but in regards to these adidas shoes, they dont fit at all, almost a whole size larger. I love the materials and the aesthetics of the shoe, but sizing was just way off for me. I highly recommend either half to even full size down. Sock Liner is perfect and hugs your foot just right, but there is just too much room in the toes. Other than the fit, this shoe is the best budget model.
I purchased Jordan XXX, Jordan 29, Soldier 9, Curry 2, and several other brands of shoes this year. Nothing, i mean nothing, comes close to the Derick Rose 6 in terms of cushion and comfort. Its simply in another league. I picked up the purple prime knit version. The colorway is ugly, but I wanted the soft knit as opposed to the harder synthetics. Again, amazing shoe. I am a 10b in brannock device and went with a 9.5. My foot still has room on the sides and slides, even with stance nba socks. I may have to add another liner sock for perfect fit. These run very big. Anyone whos older, or has a history of knee and ankle support, please