adidas continues to celebrate the 15 year anniversary of the release of the first Barricade with another Limited Edition Barricade 2015 that looks more like a fine piece of artwork rather than a high performance tennis shoe. Just in time for the ATP Masters 1000 events in the United States, this special version of the shoe pays tribute to the bright Art Deco style of Miami Beach!
Originally introduced in 2000, the adidas Barricade has become a modern day classic tennis shoe known for its unmatched support, stability and durability. There’s no shoe that protects better and last longer for the serious tennis competitor. It’s worn and trusted by countless touring pros, including both 2015 Australian Open men’s finalists, Novak Djokovic (Barricade 7) and Andy Murray (Barricade 8+).
What could be better than a Wilson Rush Pro? A Rush Pro 2.0 of course!
Two years ago, Wilson released the first Rush Pro and put themselves back on the map for serious performance tennis shoes. Their top of the line offering featured a fast, low to the ground feel, loads of comfort and cushioning with more than enough support and stability for even the most aggressive movers.