Gifts from the Gods: Adidas Barricade and adiZero Ubersonic 2016 Limited Edition Tennis Shoes
May 17th, 2016 by Do It Tennis
Master your tennis world with new limited edition Adidas tennis shoes for 2016, named after heroic ancient warriors and mythic goddesses. Made for both men and women, the Barricade Alexander, the Barricade Hannibal, the adizero Ubersonic Aphrodite and adizero Ubersonic Artemis all deliver the power and speed needed for victory.
Adidas Barricade for Power and Durability
Turn any impossible tennis match into a march towards victory with the Adidas Men’s Barricade 2016 Hannibal tennis shoe. The design is inspired by one of the general’s greatest campaigns. The Greek warrior marched through the Pyrenees Mountains toward what is modern southern France with 100,000 troops and nearly 40 war elephants. The grey/solar green tennis shoe features an elephant hide print embossed upper, featuring a special elephant badge on the tongue and inscription of one of Hannibal’s most famous quotes.
Create your own tennis empire and conquer your tennis court enemies with the Adidas Men’s Barricade 2016 Alexander tennis shoes. The battle-ready, breathable ballistic mesh upper has different black and orange color schemes on the left and right. It also features Alexander the Great’s Macedonian lion and a star logo.
Both of these limited edition Adidas tennis shoes are designed with an all-new upper for support and stability in the midfoot with a flexible forefoot. A lightweight TPU skin upper is bonded to a ballistic mesh that provides optimal comfort, breathability and enhanced durability. Zona adiTUFF™ provides flexible and articulated drag protection. The adiPRENE®+ inserts in the midsole offers both forefoot propulsion and efficiency. Barricade chassis supports midfoot and heel to provide maximum stability while offering flexibility and comfort in the forefoot. The chassis functions as a TORSION® System integrating forefoot and rear foot movement. adiWEAR® 6 outsole for ultimate durability and a 6-month outsole guarantee.
Adidas adiZero Ubersonic for Speed and Agility
Fire your groundstrokes as straight as an arrow with the Adidas Women’s adiZero Ubersonic Artemis tennis shoes inspired by the Greek goddess of the hunt and the moon. The lightweight shoe design features a black and silver camouflage pattern like the deep dark of night and the shimmery light of the moon.
Play with divine inspiration and be quick to act with the Adidas adiZero Ubersonic Aphrodite tennis shoes. They best suit players looking for lightweight shoes that allow them to sprint to the far corners of the court with goddess-like speed. They come with details inspired by the goddess who embodied beauty and passion. The color way pattern represents the ocean foam she was born in and a geometric pattern that symbolizes pomegranates – the fruit of Aphrodite.
All Adidas adizero Ubersonic shoes are built for tennis players who crave the ultimate in speed. These women’s tennis shoes offer comfort, acceleration and sport-specific support on the tennis court. SPRINTFRAME construction provides stability and speed through geometrical research to create a lightweight and supportive chassis. The upper is constructed of polymer-reinforced mesh. ADITUFF™ is designed for the best abrasion resistance in the toe area. Molded EVA midsole for fit and comfort. Seamless construction for better fit and comfort. ADIWEAR™ 6 outsole offers the ultimate in high-wear durability
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