Perfect in comfort and extremely lightweight. These trainers hug your feet and give great support. I'm a female but always buy men's trainers as I wear a size 9. Adidas trainers are perfect for a narrow foot. I love them.
The traction is solid. The materials used are nice and durable. The fit is the downside. This is due to two straps connecting the tongue to the insole. The material used in the strap does not stretch at all. This makes the shoes uncomfortable. I'm thinking of cutting it to free the tongue and hopefully fix the fitting issue.
Bought in the sale, great value for money. Initially thought they were slightly tight in the middle, but tightening the laces actually sorted this out. Bought in black, looks great and good support on the court.
This trainers are very good, from the style to functionality. I've tried them on the court already and all I have to say is that they are very comfortable and offer a good support for your ankles. The sole can feel a bit akward at the beginning, but you will understand that the design has its purpose and it fulfils when it matters, playing basketball! Overall they may not seem like premium basketball shoes but they do accomplish to give enough comfort and support. Happy with my purchase!
Shoes have great grip and very good materials. They are little bit too narrow for my feet but it provides very good lockdown. cushioning is not too soft but gives good support. In general very good basketball shoes for point guard or small forward players
They mispelt my personalisation on my right shoe. My excitement for my shoe quickly led to disappointment but I don't have to time to resend the shoe back to be fixed. Also, they poorly managed my delivery.
These shoes are very sturdy and very well made. The fit is amazing. I play on hard and clay courts 5 times a week and on both surfaces those shoes are providing great control and comfort. Already bought a second pair.
Great looking shoe. Quite comfortable but needs a bit breaking in. Unfortunately the sole is not good at all. It doesn't grip to the court as other barricade shoes I've used which have excellent grip.
Bought for my son to play with his local team, he says that they are really comfortable although he has had a blister. I think that was due to them not being tightened up properly rather than the shoe itself.
Got these for my lad on a deal and for the price they are a great trainer, just look a bit plastic and the orange is fluorescent orange, so not quite what was shown on the photos. For the money tho, can't complain
My second pair of these and about 5th set of Barricades. They provide a strong base to play off, great grip and stability. Not as comfy as previous models though - slightly small and they rub at the back
There is a manufacturing problem here. The right shoe: Everything is great. These Terrex Solo Shoes (numbered 355 on the tongue) are the second iteration that I have purchased (previously 350). Quality seems slightly better than previously (which was already good), comfortable, grippy, light, and good to about -5 degrees C. The problem is the left shoe... The left shoe: Manufacturing defect -- the front portion of the sole (black) is concave (up into my foot). Cramp-o-rama! Overall, I would have no problem ordering them again, but I'll be trying to return this particular pair.