This Spring, Nike will be releasing the sequel to their first ever auto-lacing performance basketball sneaker, the Adapt BB 2.0.

Even though it’s 2020, auto-lacing sneakers are still a thing of the future. While Nike just released the first successful rendition with the Adapt BB, now the team is set to release their second version. This time the futuristic sneaker see’s a better constructed upper that fits in better with todays fashion trends.

Overall, it looks very similar to the first iteration but it appears they are opting for a higher cut which makes the sneakers not look as round. It also features a open hole mesh upper that showcases a boastful Nike Swoosh across the midfoot and tongue paneling. While the shoe does arrive rather dark, red accents compliment the icy translucent blue midsole and outsole rather nicely. Since we don’t have official images or even a list of technological changes, overall the shoe looks great and looks a lot more sound and supportive with a higher cut and added heel clip.


The Nike Adapt BB 2.0 is expected to release thins Spring 2020 at select retailers and As of now, we aren’t sure if the pair will see a price change so stick around and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for all the details moving forward.

Nike Adapt BB 2.0
Style Code: CV2441-001
Release Date: February 16th 2020
Retail Price: $400

UPDATE: Rookie star Ja Morant just wore the Nike Adapt BB2 on court and gave us a great first look. Stay tuned for updates.

UPDATE: Nike has just officially revealed the Adapt BB2 that features a stretchable mesh upper and Air Zoom Turbo cushioning in the forefoot. They will release on February 16th and retail for $400. Stay tuned for updates.