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Q: Adidas Court Fury: basketball sneaker with ADIPRENE cushioning

A The Adidas Court Fury is an entry-level - it costs under £50 - mid-top basketball sneaker that features the classic three-stripe design; that Adi Dassler bought for a bottle of whiskey (near enough).

Black upper with a brown rubber outsold Shows the bottom of the shoe, with adidas printed underneath the heel. Side angle view of the court fury, with white stipes and a black leather looking upper.

The Adidas Court Fury is a fairly cheap basketball sneaker - most Adidas basketball sneakers cost twice as much - and therefore it's not laden with features. The only technology that the shoe features is ADIPRENE®+: which is placed in the midsole and provides cushioning and extra energy for rebounding. While the upper appears to be leather, it is infact a combination of textile and a synthetic material (most probably a type of plastic). The outersole is a standard rubber sole, and not much more can be said about it. The Court Fury appears a sturdy sneaker, which is essential in a sport that places a large amount of stress and strain upon the midsole cushioning, heel and toe section.