Although it’s been quite sometime since the adidas ultra boost dna cloud white grey one has displayed some team-inspired thematics, it’s certainly no stranger to being remixed with such type of decor. And this season, it’s modernized DNA model is being reimagined into a new footwear collection that directly nods to a handful of some of the most notable clubs in football. Implemented in this assortment are renditions crafted specially for Manchester United, Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Juventus. Each take comes outfitted with colored accents emblematic of each respective team’s third kit uniforms; some which match up between its cages and interwoven patterns such as the Arsenal, Bayren Munich, and Juventus editions, while others simply land along the forefoot like the Manchester United and Real Madrid versions.
With Easter right around the corner, adidas Originals has dropped a brand new adidas nmd r1 primeknit white covered in pastel colors fitting for the holiday and spring season. This women’s offering of the adidas NMD features a full dyed-multicolored woven upper paired with Coral detailing on the tongues, laces, eyestay, heels, and EVA insert overlays. A White Boost atop a Black rubber outsole completes the design.
adidas Originals has released its latest iteration of their adidas sc premiere white purple tint, this time coming in an “Off White/Core Black” colorway. Combining four decades of sneaker history, the SC Premiere is the latest in a long line of adidas Originals silhouettes to have received a streamlined makeover, a move that’s proved popular with sneakerheads worldwide. Crafted using a premium leather and a comfy Ortholite sockliner, the sneaker is completed with “Core Black” color-blocking panels across the upper, in a release that offers a sleek, minimalist option.
Completing the shoe’s nostalgic ‘90s design language, the adidas pod s3.1 black and white split midsole is connected by an enlarged Torsion™ bridge across the midfoot. For this iteration, the bridge has been rendered in an iridescent color, contrasting with the shoe’s understated black and white core colorway. The end result is a release that subtly emphasizes one of the P.O.D. S3.1 silhouette’s most understated visual elements; a throwback to one of the golden ages of fearlessly technical sneaker design.