This limited edition of Adidas Barricade features a designed inspired in honor to the Greek Conqueror Alexander The Great, who became the conqueror of the "ends of the world and The Great Outer Sea". Iconography and textures resembling ancient battle fields and distant lands. Adidas maintains the proven Barricade technology, bringing again stability and durability in a comfortable tennis shoe thats built to last. Upper: Ballistic mesh upper for breathability eith welded TPU on yop for support and abrasion resistance.
Midsole: ADIPRENE and ADIPRENE+ cushioning elemnt in rearfoot and forefoot. barricade chassis for superior support and maximum stability.
Outsole: ADIWEAR 6, 6 month outsole warranty for best durability in high wear areas.
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The shoes are comfortable and have a typical adidas tennis shoe feeling with interesting color combinations with symbolic values. The only thing I am disappointed in is the explanation of the product. The claim that Alexander was Greek, the biggest opponents of Macedonia at the time. Assertions such as they were barbarians, non-Greeks, often came up when the Greeks talked about Macedonians. The whole world knows that Alexander was king of Macedonia, a kingdom, not a city-state such as Athens and the rest of the Hellene citys. Stop listening to fake tragical greek stories, ones and for all. I'm sorry for this but I'm also tired of all the greek figment of everything.