Adidas Fuses ’90s Skate & Tennis Styles With The Liberty Cup Shoes

Sep 4, 2019

Category: Style

The ‘90s was a golden era for tennis and skateboarding, and shoes for both sports shared many design similarities. Blending the styles of retro tennis and skate footwear, Adidas created the Liberty Cup shoes for their FW19 lineup.

Inspired by chunky shapes and neon details, these shoes are head-turners whether you’re on the tennis court, catching air at your local park, or grabbing a drink on the weekend. They’re made with a mix of premium leather, knit-mesh, and suede. More than just a handsome pair of shoes, the Liberty Cup has vulcanized Bounce midsoles and supportive wrapped cupsoles for high-impact protection and stability for those using them as athletic footwear. Not to mention, they also have Adiprene sockliners and Adituff reinforcement for enhanced performance. You can slip into a pair of Adidas Liberty Cup shoes today for $90.

Purchase: $90

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