I recently reviewed the adidas Court Team Bounce 2.0 as part of a series of sponsored posts I’m doing for adidas. Thanks to adidas for providing these shoes for free so I could review them.
Since there are only two men’s volleyball shoes currently available on adidas.com, and I’ve already reviewed both of those, I decided to try the Court Team Bounce.
The Court Team Bounce is listed at $85. It’s a non-marking indoor court shoe, but instead of including it in their volleyball lineup, adidas have just listed it under “Training”.
Basically I found these a bit too bulky to play squash in, but I’ve been enjoying them on the padel courts.
- Lateral support
- Bit bulky
- High heel rubs my ankles
- Some wear in spots from toe drag
What’s up guys today I have a quick review of the adidas Court Team Bounce shoes. These are $85 from adidas.com. I got them for free as part of reviews that I’m doing Uh so thanks to adidas for providing these to review.
These are non marking shoes that I tried out on the squash courts and the padel courts or “padel” courts over here. They weigh about 400 grams so I found them to be on the heavier side. They are quite cushioned. They feel nice on my body. I like the amount of cushioning that they had. They had good lateral support for side to side movement and also felt reasonably quick around the court but they’re just a little larger…than, uh just sort of materials-wise than some of the sort of lighter squash shoes that are available.
So I found them to be not as fast on the squash court. I kind of preferred them on the padel court. I like a little bit more cushioning out there and I don’t feel a need to do quite as much lunging out there. I actually used these many times playing, uh paddle / “padel”, and really like these for that.
For squash these also work fine again they were non marking. I just like my shoes to be a little bit more streamlined, I guess in terms of their fit.
Speaking of fit these were true to size in my 11.5 (US), uh shoe size. They have a very deep kind of heel so they feel very secure around the foot. Uh they actuallyalong the side kind of rose up a little bit and rubbed into my ankles somewhat so they were for me a little bit too deep in how they felt in the heel but if you’re someone who wants to have a little bit more support around the in the foot and in the heel these would be a good option.
In terms of durability these are pretty well um protected from toe drag. They’re well constructed. The only thing is that on the padel courts I don’t know if you can see it here. It’s a little bit hard to see but they’re starting to wear through the fabric here pretty far up high. And I think that that was as I was dragging my foot on the kind of carpet of the padel courts was starting to starting to wear away there.
The insole of these is glued down so you cannot remove it uh without ripping it out if you have orthotics or anything like that.
The lacing was fine perfectly comfortable and I was able to cinch my shoes up nice and tight.
Cosmetics, I just really like how these look: the black and white adidas logo, Uh just look cool in a lot of different um on-court outfits. I really liked the cosmetics.
The grip was quite good on the squash court as well as the padel courts.
Overall I thought these were quite a pleasant surprise. I hadn’t really seen people using these in the squash world. I think that these could be an option for a lot of people who uh especially who want some adidas shoes or adidas.
These are the adidas Court Team Bounce 2.0. Thanks. Subscribe. I’ll see you later bye.