The Nike Adapt BB 2.0 has been officially announced to be available on February 16th.
The sneaker will be launched in conjunction with a series of NBA events and games culminating in the All-Star Game on February 16th. They were first shown to the public on January 20, when they were worn by "Ja" Morant, a point guard with the Memphis Grizzlies during a game against the New Orleans Pelicans. At the same time, the date of the appearance of unique sneakers on sale became known, but nothing was said about the cost.
Now the price of the model has been officially announced. As expected, it was within the cost first edition of the shoe and starts from $400. Interestingly, immediately after the presentation, the Nike Adapt BB 2.0 was presented on the popular StockX and GOAT marketplaces, which was a great opportunity for those who want to purchase new sneakers even before they are officially on sale. But the price of sneakers for those who do not want to wait too long turned out to be higher than it will be after February 16th. The maximum cost was a very fantastic figure in $1450, which is almost four times more than the declared retail price.
The new version is superior in every way first edition Nike Adapt BBpresented in January 2019. The design became brighter, although it still remained recognizable, a lot of attention was paid to various small nuances. The automatic lacing system has also been slightly improved. You simply slip your foot into the shoe, press the button on the sole (or use the mobile app) and feel how it perfectly fits your foot - the company itself compares this procedure to traveling in a time machine that allows you to look into the future.