The adidas EQT Gazelle ‘White Solar Yellow’ launched in July 2019, revising the original EQT Gazelle from 1999. Once touted as a runner, the shoe lives on in this lifestyle-geared version with a mesh and coated leather upper. The style rides on a textured, EVA-cushioned sole, which splits at the midfoot in a more pronounced design than the ’99 original. A flexible rubber outsole rides below to help improve traction.
Released in March of 2017, this adidas EQT Support ADV colorway features a white and light grey Primeknit upper with reflective turbo pink overlays. Other details include translucent white TPU support pieces, white EQT webbing tape 3-Stripes branding, a black OrthoLite? sockliner, and a white rubber outsole.
adidas released a signature shoe for James Harden that pays tribute to the Houston Rockets. The Harden Vol. 1 ‘Home’ features a knit upper in Scarlet with soft white leather overlays on the toe box. The sneaker also boasts a padded wraparound tongue and collar for a snug fit, the Three-Stripes branding at the heel, and Boost technology in the midsole for responsive cushioning.
On August 18, 2016, adidas dropped the NMD R1 ?Bred.? Coming in a black and red colorway, the shoe?s mesh upper, heel, and iconic three stripes are all black while red EVA plugs complete the Windy City vibe. It?s partner in the ?Bred Pack,? the NMD R1 ?Clear Red,? is the exact opposite colorway. It?s a predominantly red shoe with black EVA plugs.
The NMD_C2 ?Suede? arrives in a timeless chukka silhouette, executed with a minimalist pigskin suede upper in an understated shade of Simple Brown. A tonal leather heel tab is topped with a pull loop for easy on and off, while a reflective underlay reveals itself through the perforated detailing on the quarter panel. It all rests on a full-length Boost midsole.
This NMD_R1 Primeknit debuted as part of a two-part ?Zebra? pack in 2017. The darker of two mirrored colorways, the pair features a bold zebra-print Primeknit upper complete with a black elastic collar, heel badge, and EVA plugs. Underfoot, the shoe features a white Boost midsole and translucent outsole.
In August 2017, adidas dropped the NMD R1 ?Japan Pack.? This pack features the NMD R1 ?Triple Black? sneaker and the NMD R1 ?Triple White? sneaker. Both are monochromatic and have a Japanese translation of ?The Brand With 3 Stripes? on the EVA plug and heel. This sneaker’s black woven Primeknit upper comes with camouflage stripes that are barely visible thanks to the matching jet black shade.
In August 2017, Adidas dropped the NMD R1 ?Japan Pack.? This pack features the NMD R1 ?Triple White? sneaker and the NMD R1 ?Triple Black? sneaker. Both shoes are monochromatic and have a Japanese translation of ?The Brand With 3 Stripes? written on the EVA plug and heel.
adidas took inspiration from their very first NMD R1 colorway with the NMD XR1 ?OG? sneaker. The sneaker features the original NMD R1s black upper as well as its blue and red EVA plugs. The difference between the NMD R1 ?OG? and this NMD XR1 ?OG? is the black TPU cage on the midfoot, as well as its Primeknit upper versus the original?s mesh upper. The NMD XR1 ?OG? hit stores on May 20, 2017.
Released in February 2017, this Adidas Stan Smith Boost features a premium white leather upper with perforated 3-Stripes branding on the side panels, Fairway Green accents, and a white Boost sole unit.
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