adidas D Lillard 2.0 vs. D Lillard 2.0 Boost Primeknit – Performance Review/Test


Damian Lillard’s new footwear arsenal consists
of the D Lillard 2.0 And D Lillard 2.0 BoostPrimeknit. Let’s see how these two different
models stack up against each other. The 2.0 features a rubber outsole with a tightly
spaced story-telling traction pattern. In contrast, the 2.0 Primeknit
utilizes a more traditional herringbone pattern. On court, the 2.0 works decently, but if there’s dust its performance declines drastically. Yet 2.0 Primeknit works better
on both clean & dusty courts. Edge 2.0 Primeknit The 2.0 uses Bounce technology, providing
responsive cushioning with a smooth transition. The 2.0 Primeknit has Boost technology in the heel. Coupled with a Stableframe midsole carrier from midfoot forward. As expected,
heel cushioning was tops in the 2.0 Primeknit. But transition felt segmented and forefoot
cushioning too firm. Edge 2.0. The jacquard materials on the 2.0 are soft and supportive, with just enough weight to keep you secure and locked in. Almost
as good is the 2.0 Boost with its full Primeknit upper. It’s breathable, lightweight and
comfortable with just enough support. When comparing lockdown & support, the
overall feel is better in the 2.0. Edge 2.0. Both shoes are great. But if
you had to pick between the two… Our money is on the D Lillard 2.0. It’s cushioning,
transition, support & lockdown are mmm well second-to-none! Even when compared to its shinier, newer, shinier, sibling.

4 Comments

  • Do a d rose 6 review! This vid was šŸ”„

  • great quality

  • which would you choose for playing outdoors?

  • Dang that quality is crazy in this video. Great job fellas.

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