The adidas EQT Running Support 93 Primeknit Lightens up in Spring Hues
adidas revives its EQT Running Support 93 in Primeknit, with a breathable silhouette and bright colorway that are suitable for the warmer months ahead. Embracing a sock-like construction with red and white ribbed details, the upper sees an amalgam of white and mint green hues, accented with matching laces. The EVA midsole boldly contrasts against the rest of the shoe in an alluring yellow, while adidas’ signature stripes in black seamlessly transition from the lateral to the outsole. While there’s no official release information yet, we can expect this iteration of the adidas EQT Running Support 93 to hit shelves in the coming months.
adidas Consortium’s Crazy Explosive Low will now be joined by the Crazy Team silhouette. Luxury meets the hardwood as these basketball models receive a casual spin via upgraded materials. The upcoming model will be delivered in two colorway options as part of the Three Stripes‘s “Day One” pack in all-black and beige/olive/black options. The mid-top welcomes a variety of suede iterations on its heel, tongue tab and toe box, depending on the colorway. Each edition sports the same branding as the Crazy Explosive Low as the Three Stripes are found on the toe box and circular tab on each heel.
The adidas Consortium Crazy Team 2017 will launch alongside the Crazy Explosive Low on April 12 at select retailers like Titolo.
adidas has unveiled a special edition adiZero Adios BOOST sneaker for the 121st Boston Marathon, which takes place this coming Monday, April 17. The performance runner boasts Boston Marathon’s famous blue and yellow color scheme and the event’s official 2017 logo. The upper sees a mesh and synthetic construction for lightweight and breathable support, while the BOOST midsole overs energy-returning support to maximize your stride. Additional details include “BOS” and “26.2″ markings on the heel counter and a custom tongue tag. The adidas adiZero adios BOOST Boston Marathon 2017 edition will be sold at the Boston Marathon RunBase and Expo at a retail price of $170 USD.
Also take a look at Nike’s Boston Marathon 2017 Zoom Flyknit runner and tell us which one you prefer.
Earlier this month, we got a better look at Pharrell‘s forthcoming Human Racer sneaker with adidas Originals featuring a tan upper alongside a marbled orange and pink sole. The latest silhouette is inspired by the classic Stan Smith, stepping away from the adidas Originals NMD that we have come to know and love. Released by @sneakerprophet_, a new colorway dresses the adidas Human Race shoe, seeing a mostly white make on its woven upper with pops of pink found on the heel tab, tongue and bottom sole. As part of the new lineup of Human Races set to release this year, keep it locked here for more information on pricing and a release date.
In case you’ve missed it, make sure to check out Pharrell’s most wildest adidas Originals Human Race yet.
The fan-favorite adidas UltraBOOST Uncaged silhouette sees a slick makeover for the summer months. Featured in an all-new “Triple White 2.0″ colorway, this shoe will definitely be on high rotation when it drops in June. Keeping with the signature Primeknit upper and full-length BOOST sole, the runner sees a slightly elevated collar and matte-finished counter. Head over to your local adidas retailer as well as select online stockists this June to purchase the adidas UltraBOOST Uncaged “Triple White 2.0″ for $180 USD.
And in case you’ve missed it, Pharrell’s adidas Human Made sneaker is featured in a new colorway, also in a fresh white.