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We know that adidas has released the Marquee Boost in both mid and high versions of the performance sneaker. However, an image has popped up of something that could be considered the Marquee Bounce. This new model has the same upper of the Marquee Boost and combines it with what we know to be the outsole and midsole of the upcoming Dame 5.
This is a pretty straight forward question, this has to be the Marquee Bounce, makes the most sense to name it that and plus it seems like a good silhouette that adidas seems to like using. The shoe boasts the same banking barrier TPU plate as the adidas N3XT L3V3L and adidas Dame 5. Sporting a high cut look, we should expect a public release of whatever these are, to come soon.
In addition, the sneakers look to come equipped riding atop the exact same sole tread as the adidas Marquee Boost, but switching from Boost to a full-length Bounce midsole. Topping it off is what appears to be a traditional mesh upper, with a customizable fit for a more accommodating fit for athletes. A traditional lacing system is evident, while the silhouette looks to be nearly the same as the Marquee Boost.
There are rumors claiming that these are the adidas Marquee Bounce slated for an early 2019 release, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet. Keep it locked here as a potential release window for this pair approaches, and official release details come underway.