Before we only have ordinary ankle supports, but now we have the modernized edition known as the adidas Speed-wraps. D-Rose is the one who's wearing the so called Speed-wraps. And according to sneak geeks, his line of adidas rubber-shoes namely the adiZero rose 1.5, the adiZero Rose 2 and even the adidas Crazylight Chicago Colorway, are made to fit in perfectly with the Speed-wraps.
The adidas Speed-wraps are designed to increase a player's speed on the court. With its design it easily adapts to one's foot that's why a player's movement will be on point, precise, and more snappy when he or she is wearing the Speed-wraps.
The Speed-wraps are made of durable materials. It's made of polyethylene thermoplastic reinforcement (for foot protection, support, and sweat resistance so that it will not have a foul odor after several use), it also has a 20% elastic lining (for flexibility), synthetic leather, and 80% polyester (for smoother feel). These materials improve the overall support for safer player movements, they also lessen the chances of injury and they provide better foot stability when one cuts straight to the basket.
In the Philippines, the price of the adidas Speed-wraps is between 1,300-1,500 pesos per piece. In the United States it's worth 29.99 dollars.
You can buy the Speed-wraps in all leading adidas stores nationwide. I personally know that you can buy it in adidas Trinoma branch and in adidas Greenbelt 3 branch.
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