adidas adiZero Rose 3.0 – Black – Red – White
The fate of the Chicago Bulls lies in the hands – or knees – of Derrick Rose. With that said, the upcoming 2012-13 NBA Season isn’t going to be as peachy-keen for the Bulls, and although Coach Thibodeau has prepared the a Rose-less Bulls quite well, there is no hiding from the fact that without the former MVP, the Bulls are, at best, a middle-of-the-pack team. We’re all pulling for a quick and speedy (and careful) recovery for Derrick Rose because the he’s just too awesome of a talent to be sitting on the sidelines, and although we may miss out on the opportunity of seeing Rose wearing his third signature shoe, which player in the NBA without a signature shoe do you feel should ‘fill in’ for Rose and his 3.0? Is there anyone in the league that can go toe-to-toe with Rose? Check out the extra angles of the Black/Red ‘Bulls’ colorway of the adiZero Rose 3.0 and let us know. Photos: hupu
I realize that people who waste their allowance on whatever re-hash the swoosh drops aren't the most intelligent, but to seriously blame something like a career-threatening knee injury on these particular shoes is an entirely new level of idiotic thought.
let the injuries begin if rose wear this next season he just stubborn. I don't remember Adidas signature line getting any championship titles...
God i hope Rose gets better, as he is the best there is. And God i hope Adidas can one day make him a GOOD looking sneaker for a change. He deserves it. C'mon Adidas, these are hideous. My dog could design a better looking shoe with his poop. Thankful he is with Adidas for something different to the Nike/JB overload... but dont waste it Adidas! Bulls will win a ring again with Rose.
looks like they stripped the side mesh off that new Jordan Superfly or whatever and put it on a Crazy Light
wow... just like painting your old car , pretending it's a brand new one... designers r getting lazy at adidas...
This isn't the Rose 3; this is a sample with the Rose 3 upper and the 2.5 Sprintframe midsole. Over at The Hoop Doctors tomorrow will be a more accurate post on these.