The ZX 750 is being offered up in two new colorways this May from adidas Originals. The retro version of the popular ‘80s runner comes in black and “Legend Ink”. Both variations come equipped with a nylon mesh toebox, suede on the overlay panels, leather, and also 3M material. Silver and white accent throughout the shoe. Both colorways can be purchased now at Eastbay.
As a reminder, the Supreme x Clarks Originals “Map Suede” Desert Boot Collection releases today in-store at Supreme New York, LA and London and online at Supreme beginning at 11AM EST. Additional availability will be made Saturday, May 11th, through Supreme Japan stores.
The adidas Originals Ransom collection expands a funky notch with the addition of these slip-on Tech Mocs. Featuring the same sole unit to the classic ’85 Phantom retro runner, the earthy green cam Tech Moc sports a boat shoe look with leather lacing feeding through the collar and popping out at the heel for quick and easy entry… tight. The adidas Originals Tech Moc is available right now in a behemoth size run from US 3.5 to US 12.5 over at caliroots.com.
It’s been a big year for adidas ball shoes, with the Crazyquick leading the charge as the newest top dog in town. It’s always important for the young guns to pay respect to the older champs though, so adidas Originals have pulled out a classic pack for those wanting a walk down memory lane. This uber 80s style Pro Conference Hi pack features three white doves with lashings of bright primary colour on the Three Stripes, outsole, heel panel, tongue tag and lining. A vintaged midsole ensures the nostalgia is legit while the fit is still fresh. Pick your poison; yellow, blue or red – this pack is expected to drop in July. Pics via The Illest.
adidas is set to bring ‘80s nostalgia with the release of the Pro Conference Hi. The sneaker being composed of leather will be offered in three colorways, white and yellow, white and blue, and white and red. An oxidation effect to the midsole definitely gives this shoe a worn retro look. The Pro Conference Hi is expected to release at select accounts during the month of July.
The latest collaborative effort from Tokyo’s mita sneakers and adidas Originals features a duo of sneaker silhouettes, one that cuts a familiar figure in the sneaker landscape, the other a less heralded pair last seen in the fall of 2012, thanks to a joint venture with The Soloist. We’re talking, of course, about the skate-inspired adidas Originals Lawsuit, adorned with signature fat three-stripes and done up in bright green suede. They’re joined by the always popular ZX 8000, featuring a colorway borrowed from the original EQT Support. Available now at mita sneakers, the kicks have made their way to retailers stateside as well, at least when it comes to the ZX 8000. No word to date whether the Lawsuit will follow.
Bringing the retro runner Tech Super silhouette into its third decade of existence, adidas Originals applies a Miami Dolphins-inspired colorway that will surely appeal to those looking to boost their summer selection of kicks. Starting with a grey forefoot and working its way back to a green heel counter, this now casual sneaker is built with a mesh, nubuck and leather construction that is both breathable as well as flexibile. Further details include a multicolored midsole and outsole, perforated toebox, a hint of 3M, tonal laces and a mesh liner. Grab a pair on June 1 through Overkill.
The Tech Super gets a vibrant makeover for Spring, this time coming in what adidas Originals is calling an Electric Suede. The majority of the upper of this ’90′s era runner is dressed in a super soft purple suede, paired with electric yellow accents, and black wrapping around the heel and for the inner mesh. A thick white midsole and a black and purple outsole help protect your feet from the impact while a set on tonal laces, electric yellow eyelets, and a perforated toe box finish the look. You can find this buzz-worthy pair from adidas Originals directly from select Three Stripes retailers, including Shelta, now for 119 EUR. But, before you go, make sure to take a moment to view additional preview shots of this OG gem after the jump.
Previously known several years ago as one of adidas Skateboarding’s early offerings, the Norton model has generated a fair bit of news on the Japanese front in recent times. First integrating into the TAKAHIROMIYASHITA TheSoloIst. x adidas Originals 2012 Fall/Winter Capsule Collection, the shoe once again gets refreshed and renamed via mita sneakers, taking shape as the Lawsuit “MITA.” A clean and minimalistic green and gray colorway are combined with the classic use of suedes as well as the Norton’s iconic grooved midsole. The Lawsuit as part of mita’s other ZX 8000 will drop May 3, 2013. For more (translated information) head over to mita sneakers.
Undeniably one of Adidas’ longest standing performance running shoes after making its debut way back in 92, the Tech Super is once again pulled from the vaults to shine once more. Featuring a mesmerising purple suede toebox and mudguard panelling, this 20-year-old veteran comes accented with black heel suede panels, white through the midfoot and hints of volt for that extra touch of pop. Available now, head to Shelta to secure yours.