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Kyle Lowry has been an athlete with adidas for most of his NBA career, aside from a brief stint with Chinese Brand Peak after signing with Adidas straight out of college. Since being back with adidas Kyle has expressed how he enjoys being apart of the creative process. Previously Lowry has worn the adidas Crazy Light Boost model in 2016 and the Crazy Explosive Low in 2017, two models that featured adidas’s Boost Cushioning.
For the new season Kyle Lowry’s Pro Bounce Low PE ditches this Boost for full length Bounce cushioning, a TPU coated knit upper, as well as feature reinforced Forge-fiber areas throughout the sole. What really sets Lowry’s PE apart from is the camp tiger print on the sole, heel, and collar as well as the sick colorway of black and white with accents of gold and grey.
While we still have no news on if these will make it to the public as a release, fans of the sneaker cans still get their hands on a pair of the Pro Bounce Low now in 7 different color ways at retailers such as Eastbay or Champs for $110. Don’t forget to tell us what you think of Lowry’s new PE in the comments section and stay tuned to One on One Testers and the The Sneaker Bulletin for more news and possible release info on Kyle Lowry’s Pro Bounce Low PE’s.