The Adidas NMD Runner has received lots of visibility over the past few weeks. Following a strong showing of releases recently, they embark on maybe the best yet with the “Army” edition. Highlighted by an olive driven palette, the subtle military influenced style sees a tonal green upper paired with bold red laces and black eyelets. A speckled white midsole works below while a black outer caps the look with the proper balance down below. The adidas SL Loop Runner “Army” is available now at select Originals retailers including Wish.
Animal print continues as a staple within sneaker culture and a fixture on both men’s and women’s silhouettes. Today, the Three Stripes re-enters the fold with the adidas Y3 “Snake City” for the ladies. Fitted in a black snakeskin upper with a multi-colored pattern throughout, white striping finds placement at the quarter paneling alongside a corresponding white midsole. A suede black heel cage adds a luxury component to the women’s only release, which is now available at Rock City Kicks.
Borrowing cues from the Yeezy Boost 350 High, the adidas Tubular Runner continues to carve out its very own niche. Seen here in its “Two-Tone” colorway, both grey and vintage white tag team the silhouette’s entire cozy build with a dab of blue cooling off the tongue branding. Get familiar with the adidas Tubular Runner “Two-Tone” below, and head over to adidas right now to pick these joints up.
Utilizing neoprene fabrication coupled with welded overlays and inspiration from the Adidas Y-3 Qasa High, the adidas Tubular Runner takes design aesthetics and material implementation to new heights while remaining within a realm of affordability. A win for the Three Stripes through and through, they continue to feature the new silhouette with drops like the adidas Tubular Runner “Two-Tone” Pack. Incorporating a wealth of grey tones, the subtle new runner releases in this new scheme on March 1st at adidas.com.