Terrence Jennings of Louisville in a Player Exclusive colorway of the adidas adiZero Rose.
When most of us think of the term Player Exclusive, most people think of professional athletes, but as this week’s NCAA Watch shows, there are plenty of exclusive colorways that make their way to some of the top colleges in the U.S. This week, a number of schools that are supplied by adidas Basketball hit the courts, and the footwear that took them there was rather impressive.
Both Louisville and Northwestern players were spotted wearing exclusive colorways of the Derrick Rose signature, the adidas adiZero Rose. Louisville’s Mike Marra even got his hands on the newly available adidas adiPURE. Indiana’s program may be struggling to regain their once top-tier form, but their players’ sneaker options include exclusive colorways of the adidas TS Heat Check and TS Beast.
Mike Marra of Louisville wearing the newly available adidas adiPURE.
Drew Crawford of Northwestern drives wearing a Player Exclusive colorway of the adidas adiZero Rose.
Victor Oladipo wearing a PE colorway of the adidas TS Beast.
Nolan Smith of Duke dunks in the latest colorway of the Nike Zoom KD III.
Kawhi Leonard of San Diego State wearing the Jordan Retro 3.
Kenny Boyton of Florida wearing the Cool Grey Jordan Retro 11.
Isaiah Thomas of Washington wearing the Nike Air Max Penny.
Joey Catron of Oregon wearing the Christmas Day Zoom Kobe VI, defended by Matthew Bryan-Amaning in the Space Jam Jordan 11.