Wondering if the Grand Court is better than the Campus?
How do these two shoes stack up against each other?
That’s exactly what I’ll be figuring out in this article.
Because they both look great but only one can come out a winner.
Without further ado, lets get right into it.
What is the Adidas Grand Court?
Product Name: Adidas Grand Court
Best for: Casual, styling, tennis
True to size: Yes
Arch type: All
Average lifespan: 4 – 12 months
Price: $40 – $70
This is a tennis shoe that was originally from the 70s.
However, it is now a classic and a stylish one might I add.
Some colorways come with a leather upper and some have suede.
That means you can choose one based on what you prefer.
Leather is stronger and easier to clean than suede. However, suede looks amazing too.
The cushioning is soft and comfortable thanks to the plush midsole, and the cloudfoam sockliner promotes a better fit and feel.
My rating: 4.18/5
These shoes are pretty good for what they are.
They’re a classic that can be worn for almost any occasion.
They are stylish and look great with most outfits. They also perform for tennis thanks to the wide and flat outsole.
The amount of good reviews from the community was eye-opening.
In saying that, they lack in the durability department and have known to last 3-6 months only.
Rotate them with your other shoes to make them last longer.
- Pretty comfortable
- Feels good for all arches
- Easy to clean
- Good for casual, tennis or styling
- Better shoes in this price range
What is the Adidas Campus?
Name: Adidas Campus
Best for: Casual, style, tennis
True to size: Yes
Arch type: Low, neutral
Average lifespan: 8 – 18 months
Price: $80 – $150
Adidas describe these shoes as an old-school classic that’ll never go out of trend.
It’s iconic from the 80s which is 10 years after the Grand Court was released.
Throughout the years the Campus has influenced pop culture, fashion and more.
It features an upper made of pigskin nubuck for a street-ready appearance.
The rubber outsole is thin and flat so it can be used on the court or simply out and about casually.
It has serrated leather stripes to stay true to Adidas’ heritage.
One thing I quite like is the reinforced toe cap to increase durability.
It also has the comfort sockliner and textile sockliner cover.
My rating: 4.3/5
The Adidas Campus are much pricier than the Adidas Grand Court.
Of course the pricier they are the more durable they’ll be.
The Campus are better for those that want their shoes to last longer.
They have similar appearances but with the Campus you get better durability.
So there really isn’t much difference.
- Very comfortable
- Better quality than the Grand Court
- Stylish and classy
- Goes with many outfits
- Good for tennis and casual
- Lots of fake sellers out there
What Shoe Do I Recommend?
The biggest thing to remember is that the Campus has many fakes on Amazon as the real price on Adidas’ official website is way more.
On the other hand, the Grand Court have authentic sellers and you are more likely to get the real thing, even if you buy on Amazon.
So if you decide to go with the Campus, make sure to get it from the official website.
And for the Grand Court, go with Amazon.
But the biggest question is which one do I recommend?
The Grand Court might not be as durable but the Campus is definitely not worth the hefty price tag.
Adidas has them for about $150 and they are not worth that much, in my opinion.
However, the Adidas Grand Court are my recommendation because they are much cheaper, look the same and can be used for the exact same things.
Well thanks concludes this article.
Do you have any questions or concerns regarding these two products?
Write them in the comments below and I’ll get back to you asap!