New adidas NMD R1 Primeknit STLT will come with triple black colorways

adidas NMD recently released NMD STLT has yet to live up to it’s full
potential.adidas Originals will be releasing a brand new iteration of the
adidas NMD R1 strictly for the ladies.No matter how attractive a multi-
color NMD is, a “Triple Black” version of that sneaker will almost
always be more popular.Both are constructed with signature uppers, tonal
Three Stripes branding and matching adidas logos on the tongue and
heel.Tonal Three Stripes on the sides, Clear Mint heel tab atop a Black
Boost midsole and rubber outsole completes the design.This version of the
textured upper comes in two very similar colors, black and deep grey.One
or two of the small threads making up the main yarns are grey, giving the
upper a shaded look that varies the color between the stripes that add
structural support throughout the shoe.You will notice that the front
part of the shoe is made up from black mesh but the heel counter features
a soft brushed suede which has not been seen on many of the R1s yet.

Nike’s got a Black Friday surprise waiting in the shadows – this

Nike Air Max 97 dressed in what appears to be a “Triple Black” suit, but with a
hidden detail.A full black colourway hits the upper, covering the soft
padded tongue as well as the integrated lacing system, sidewall Swoosh
and inner lining.hich includes Metallic Gold reflective detailing as well
Gold trim on the Air Max sole unit and Swoosh logo on the insole.Set to
release this May is the Air VaporMax 97 in the OG-inspired "Metallic
Gold" colorway. Like the "Silver Bullet" iteration that released last
month,Which includes Metallic Gold reflective detailing as well Gold trim
on the Air Max sole unit and Swoosh logo on the insole.Adidas EQT Support

Even the midsole underfoot features in that same tonal shade!

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