adidas officially announced the D.Rose 6, a sneaker with detailing and features that Chicagoans should recognize.
In addition to BOOST cushioning in both the forefoot and heel of the sneakers, the sneaker features the FITFRAME, adidas’ adaptive heel counter, which uses straps to provide a fluid, flexible heel counter that allows the sneaker to move with you through aggressive cuts and moves on the court. The herringbone traction pattern, inspired by the woodgrain textures, along with the six-point star from the Chicago flag, are added details to a sneaker designed to reflect the journey and countless hours of training that Derrick Rose puts into the gym.
The D.Rose 6 in the Home and Road colorways will release on October 15th, 2015, for $140. Five additional colorways will release throughout the rest of 2015.
With the way BOOST cushioning has risen in popularity, and adidas’ commitment to bring their top-tier cushioning to their basketball footwear, and the budget-friendly price point, is the D.Rose 6 a sneaker you’ll be after? Let us know on Twitter, and keep it locked on Collective Kicks for more of your sneaker news!
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