Release Reminder: adidas NMD R1 Primeknit Japan Triple Black
The nike roshe two flyknit Primeknit Japan triple black will be a must cop to end the summer season. The shoe is simply dressed in full core black and made of primeknit with matching three stripes on the sides. Other details include a tonal Boost midsole with EVA inserts and the striking Japanese branding on the front portion of the sole to complete its all-black look altogether.
Retailing for a price tag of $170, look for the adidas nmd r1 Primeknit Japan Triple Black at select adidas stores and online on August 11th. Be sure to click and bookmark our Air Jordan 13 GS Wolf Grey hub page now for the shoe’s latest release info and up-to-the-minute updates and images. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news.
The adidas nmd xr1 black is the brand's most buzzy line of lifestyle sneakers not called Yeezys, which is part of the reason the NMD earned a spot at number two on our list of the "8 Most Popular Sneakers of Summer 2017." The NMD family comes in many forms, from the original NMD R1 to Pharrell's hippie-tinged NMD Hu series. But the City Sock, which first debuted in 2016, pushes the NMD's futuristic vibes to Jetsons levels. The laceless design still delivers convenience and comfort, but now is turning into a full-on maximalist canvas, thanks to a new leopard-print Primeknit upper and rusty orange details.
In addition to the patterned upper, these new adidas nmd xr1 primeknit sneakers feature horizontal stitching where laces would be on more prehistoric kicks—a wink at the way sneakers used to look before Adidas booted them into the 22nd century. The Texas Longhorns–ish burnt orange color pops up on the NMD's signature molded supports on the midsole—but is more a complement to the white/black scheme than an ill-considered design flourish. And if you think the leopard print is just for show, well, okay, it is—but it's also weirder and cooler than it seems.
Thanks to what adidas nmd r1 uk calls its "Shadow Knit" technique, as the shoe turns, it changes how dark or light the leopard print appears. Think of the print less like a leopard than as a robot leopard from the future built to camouflage itself between city buildings. Appropriate, really, for the shoe we reach for when we're feeling futuristic.
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