adidas Hoops Offers New Budget-Friendly Models to Their Line-Up

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After a handful of performance basketball sneaker releases from adidas Hoops, they have recently debuted their newest budget-friendly models; the Pro Adversary 2019 Mid & Low, Streetfire, and Streetflow. With no original surfaced images, or buzz going around these three new models, they could certainly be sleeper picks for some of the top performing budget-friendly models of the year.





Pro Adversary 2019 Mid & Low

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MSRP: Mid ($85) Low ($80)

Colors: Cloud White / Core Black / Grey

Style Code: BB9189 & CG7098






The Pro Adversary 2019, much like the two other budget-friendly options, is a completely new silhouette to the adidas Hoops performance footwear line-up. In fact, it’s inspired by the heritage of the Three Stripes. Built for its primary highlights; durability, and comfort, the Pro Adversary 2019 looks to keep you covered on the court for the full season on the hardwood. The Pro Adversary gets introduced in both mid and low-top renditions.



Sporting a distinguishable aesthetic to the adidas Marque Boost, the Pro Adversary 2019 Mid comes equipped with a full-length tubber cup-sole, multi-directional herringbone tread for medial and lateral coverage, while sitting atop a soft, cushioned Cloudfoam midsole. In addition, an adequate textile uppers comes along the upper, along with a synthetic, rubberized forefoot overlay for high-abrasion wear, and added durability. The Pro Adversary 2019 is the most premium out of the three models, and looks to offer adequate cushioning, and traction for the modern day big man, retailing at $85 for the Mids, while the Lows sit at $80.



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adidas Streetfire Mid

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MSRP: $80

Colors: Core Black / Cloud White

Style Code: F34966







Moving forward, the adidas Streetfire captures the energy and inspiration of the late ’90s basketball sneakers, but designed with adaptations for modern performance. The adidas Streetfire comes in just a mid-top form, while introducing a multi-directional wave bone outsole, comprised of Adiwear rubber, for maximal durability. The shoes also sit atop the same foam compound as the Pro Adversary, cushioned Cloudfoam. Added tech specs include the OrthoLiteĀ® sockliner,Ā  and extra achilles padding for ultra comfort. Finishing it off is a woven, jacquard upper for a premium feel, for just $80.



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adidas Streetflow Low

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MSRP: $75

Colors: Core Black / Cloud White

Style Code: F36737






The adidas Streetflow finishes it off with the budget-friendliest price we can get, $75. The adidas Streetflow offers essentially all of the technology the Pro Adversary and Streetfire offers, but in a true low-cut form. In fact, the Streetfire is essentially the Streetflow, just in low-top form. The adidas Streetflow takes everything from the Streetfire; a full-length Cloudfoam midsole, multi-directional wave bone outsole, and a woven jacquard upper. Nonetheless, they arrive in a low-cut rendition, while slimming down some of the weight to be more guard position friendly.




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The adidas Pro Adversary 2019 Mid & Low, Streetfire, and Streetflow are all now available exclusively on for $85 and under. Offering budget-friendly prices with ample tech specs, the newest models from adidas allocate good tech, for a competitive price point. Will you be grabbing any of the three models? Could they be sleepers for performers of the year? Sound off in the comment section below and share your thoughts on the three new adidas Hoops budget models.


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