The Adidas Adi Kick II Shoe is lightweight and features a short-lace design to keep your shoes snug and comfortable without laces getting in your way. These shoes feature a rubber sole with excellent grip and polyurethane material construction.
- Perfect for beginning martial artists
- Short-lace for a snug fit
- Ultra lightweight
- Excellent rubber sole grip for better traction
- Colours available: White/Black
- Sizes available: 2-14 (Includes half sizes)
Adidas Adi Kick II Shoe Description:
Affordable and stylish, the Adidas Adi-Kick II Shoe is one of the newer models introduced by Adidas this past year. The materials used in the construction of the shoe are up to the same standards you can normally expect from Adidas. This shoe is made using high-quality synthetic leather, that unlike other synthetic shoes, actually stretch and form to the foot more like real leather does. This offers a ton of comfort for the athlete.
These shoes are light and breathable, which is a bonus when you are training for an extended length of time. The shoe incorporates a single lace tie up system at the top of the foot, giving you a secure and snug fit once laced, eliminating the chance of the shoe falling off during kicks.
You normally wouldn’t associate durability and craftsmanship with a shoe at this price point, but these shoes hold their own both on and off the mats. Furthermore, the bottom of the shoe has a rubberized sole with a pivot point, helping the user on various styles of kicking techniques.
It doesn’t matter what martial art discipline you are in, the Adidas Adi-kick II shoe will not disappoint.
PROTECTIVE GEAR CHECKLIST:
Wearing protective gear during intense training sessions is of utmost importance, as we have accepted after years of suffering preventable injuries. However, knowing what to look for in your equipment is essential in efforts to protect yourself and find longevity in your equipment. Here are some helpful points to consider when deciding which gear is right for you:
1) What material is used in construction?
2) What protective qualities are unique to the model?
3) How easy is it to clean the product?
4) Tight, yet comfortable fit for mobility?
5) Is cheaper necessarily better? What aspects are you sacrificing for the price?
6) Are you paying more for the brand or the functionality?
To feel confident in yourself, you must first feel confident in your equipment. We at Bushido recommend you make your own short list of questions, and be sure to feel confident in answering all of them before committing to bringing something new into your training regime!