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post #2101 of 2147
Forgot what these are called exactly. Very limited and exclusive. Sizes 11.5-13 only

https://www.oneness287.com/collections/all/products/sm-d-lillard-2-boost-pre-d-1
post #2102 of 2147
Got my 2's in over Xmas break. They are absolute fire. How amazing is this bounce?!
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post #2103 of 2147
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Originally Posted by Brondiesel View Post

After watching that Nightwing video Im really bummed of the upper material. Fuse-mesh...........why go from jacquard to fuse-mesh?
I hope there will be a primeknit version

Its an adidas signature so there is a very good chance, almost a guarantee that there will be different uppers for the Dame 3. For sure you will get a Prime Knit and Xeno. Probably will get Jaquard, Engineered Mesh and that knit material on the Harden1 "Pioneer" (which i really like).
post #2104 of 2147
Do all the colors of the Lillard 2 have Continental rubber?
post #2105 of 2147
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Originally Posted by ajny88 View Post

Do all the colors of the Lillard 2 have Continental rubber?
Nope.
FS: UB SNS/SS - 12.5  // UB Grey Wool 1.0 - 12.5
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FS: UB SNS/SS - 12.5  // UB Grey Wool 1.0 - 12.5
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post #2106 of 2147
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Originally Posted by ajny88 View Post

Do all the colors of the Lillard 2 have Continental rubber?

Xeno doesn't
post #2107 of 2147
Anyone hoop in a pair with Contintental outdoors? Interested in how the traction holds up
post #2108 of 2147
Dame 3 Rip City colorway is on sale at FL, and you can use SAVE20NOW for 20% off plus free shipping.
I'm in for this.



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post #2109 of 2147
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Originally Posted by ajny88 View Post

Anyone hoop in a pair with Contintental outdoors? Interested in how the traction holds up

I wear the Static color way exclusively for outdoor and they hold up pretty well.
post #2110 of 2147
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Originally Posted by thapointguy View Post

Forgot what these are called exactly. Very limited and exclusive. Sizes 11.5-13 only

https://www.oneness287.com/collections/all/products/sm-d-lillard-2-boost-pre-d-1

I cant find any info on these... i picked up the size 12 though
post #2111 of 2147

is continental rubber better if I'm just gonna hoop indoors?

Wanted in size 10 - Harden Vol 1 BHM

 

 

 

Wanted in size 10.5 - Way of Wade 4 Liberty

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Wanted in size 10 - Harden Vol 1 BHM

 

 

 

Wanted in size 10.5 - Way of Wade 4 Liberty

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post #2112 of 2147
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Originally Posted by Vince23heat View Post

is continental rubber better if I'm just gonna hoop indoors?

Mentally, Yes. Continental rubber is built to last longer and as long as the floor is somewhat clean the Dame 2/3 should stick very good whether Continental or not. Best traction shoes i have in my current rotation are the Dame2 and JC3 while the Harden1 (for me) is not as great as others experienced.
post #2113 of 2147
Lillard 2 still available out there? Sub 100?
post #2114 of 2147
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Originally Posted by ajny88 View Post

Lillard 2 still available out there? Sub 100?

Eastbay and FTL have a few pairs for $85 I believe.
post #2115 of 2147
Sadly I like the Dame 3's but they hurt my feet to play ball in. I gave them 3 or 4 tries but it didn't work out. The first time was great, the other times I couldn't take it.
post #2116 of 2147

i heard the same. right across the top of the foot? that's the part that hurts my friend, the seem across the tongue. 

post #2117 of 2147
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Originally Posted by ajny88 View Post

Lillard 2 still available out there? Sub 100?


the adidas outlet had the 2's {black with red only}...red price tag at $99.99 {i think}. in the past the red tags have been dropped to half off during certain sales. good size run too

post #2118 of 2147

 

 

 

My lovely 2's. Everything is perfect except sizing. ( should have go half size down )

post #2119 of 2147
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Originally Posted by ahmeto View Post
 

 

 

 

My lovely 2's. Everything is perfect except sizing. ( should have go half size down )

 

I was actually able to go down a full size in the 2's.

post #2120 of 2147
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Originally Posted by ahmeto View Post


My lovely 2's. Everything is perfect except sizing. ( should have go half size down )


I feel like I should have gone a full size down.

I can't get the lockdown right without cutting off circulation.
I think I'm one of the few who did not like the shoe that much.
post #2121 of 2147
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Originally Posted by gusgus57 View Post


I feel like I should have gone a full size down.

I can't get the lockdown right without cutting off circulation.
I think I'm one of the few who did not like the shoe that much.

 

I definitely think it runs a full size big. Fit is everything and since it's also on the slightly heavier side that just exacerbates the problem.

post #2122 of 2147
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Originally Posted by gimmedatt View Post

I was actually able to go down a full size in the 2's.

Every review I've ever seen stated to go a half size down.
post #2123 of 2147

I went .5 down in the Lillard 1 and 2.  Actually, I don't even consider it .5 down, I just think of it as my normal size in Adidas bball models.  I liked both shoes, but not that much.  The biggest issue with the 2 for me personally was the feel underfoot and transition.  Felt a little clunky to me.

 

I wish I could have combined elements of both into a 1.5 model.  Take the 1's transition combined with the 2's cushioning and fit..would have been great on court.

post #2124 of 2147
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Originally Posted by VetteZ06 View Post


Every review I've ever seen stated to go a half size down.

 

You can look at the Sole Bros., in one of their vids where the shoe came up(might have been one of "lists") one of them said "Go half size down, maybe even a full size."

 

I like a snug fit with my toes to touch the tip of the shoe.

 

I initially thought half a size, then when I went a full size I realized I was wrong.

 

Take the shoe and compare it to a size up in any other recent adidas model and I think you'll see they match up. I just did it with the 2 and the lillard boost 2015 .

post #2125 of 2147
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Originally Posted by gimmedatt View Post

You can look at the Sole Bros., in one of their vids where the shoe came up(might have been one of "lists") one of them said "Go half size down, maybe even a full size."

I like a snug fit with my toes to touch the tip of the shoe.

I initially thought half a size, then when I went a full size I realized I was wrong.

Take the shoe and compare it to a size up in any other recent adidas model and I think you'll see they match up. I just did it with the 2 and the lillard boost 2015 .

Sorry, I was "Supposed" to quote the guy who just bought he shoes and said he should've went half a size down.
post #2126 of 2147

@VetteZ06 That is possible. Also, there is ' material factor ' about this shoe. Full size at Primeknit is quite acceptable.

post #2127 of 2147


Deptford Mall NJ

Insane price for such a quality shoe. Only complaint is thy bottomed out rather quickly.
post #2128 of 2147
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Originally Posted by Olympus View Post




Deptford Mall NJ

Insane price for such a quality shoe. Only complaint is thy bottomed out rather quickly.

Could you please elaborate more on that? I haven't played that much on mine to bottom out and I'm curious.
Edited by NHKB - 4/21/17 at 8:27pm
post #2129 of 2147
The bounce cushioning felt really firm and responsive when I first got them. Over time they lost their "bounce" so to speak. The cushion felt flatter and harder; or in other words nonexistent.
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