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The pair’s knit upper and the iconic Boost midsole boast an ethereal white while the heel piece, rear midsole brick and the throat line are detailed with black, shadow-like blocks. Maintaining the heel strap and the printed Three Stripes from the initial design, the look rounds off with a manufacturing-style text embossed on the front midsole brick. Priced at $130, the colorblocked NMD R1 are now available on adidas.com and at select retailers. –HB


adidas Nite Jogger

For the first addition to the contemporary Nite Jogger collection, consumers are being given a mostly-black sneaker that’s officially billed as a “Core Black/Carbon/Active Blue” release. For the shoe’s actual construction, adidas manufacturers chose to use an array of high-end materials for the upper, while the signature, fan-favorite Boost sole defines the bottom. The sneaker itself is scheduled to hit select adidas retailers on January 12. –HB


adidas Originals Lexicon Future

Sporting a classic navy/white colorway, complete with gum outsole, the sneaker offers a breathable mesh upper, large lace securing straps (also acting as Three Stripes branding) and a beefy midsole crafted from adiPRENE. Translucent looping laces hold the minimalist design in place, while traditional rope laces allow for conventional fastening. Stay tuned for more news on the hefty model, which is reported to drop in 2019. –HB


Dragon Ball Z x adidas EQT Support ADV PK

After the “Super Shenron” colorway of the Dragon Ball Z x adidas EQT Support ADV PK first surfaced last month, the sneaker now has an official look and release date. The sneaker features a black and gold primeknit upper, with a design intended to reference a dragon’s scales. Other features include EQT branding on the toe boxes, and the Chinese characters for dragon on the medial heels. The “Super Shenron” is the final sneaker in the Dragon Ball Z x adidas collaboration. This will release alongside the EQT Support ADV PK “Shenron” on December 22nd. –HB

Sustaining the shoes’ original technology, the pairs sit atop a full BOOST sole unit but feature distinct aesthetic differences, as each of the three iterations references three metals: gold, silver and bronze. Though there are models within the offering that feature a tonal upper, others are intricately emblazoned with an ornate Primeknit that interweaves its respective ”medal.” Accents are utilized on the heel cup and tongue branding to further bring together the metallic ethos that the shoes bare. Shop the sneaker on November 23 in-store and online. –HB

The Majin Buu-themed Kamanda from Dragon Ball Z‘s collaboration with adidas Originals now has a closer look. The sneaker comes with a suede pink upper, a reference to the antagonist’s color in the series. Other features of the sneaker include the bright yellow ‘M’ insignia on the heel tab, the words “Mr. Satan” inside the tongue and subtle detailing in the translucent outsole. The Dragon Ball Z x adidas Originals Kamanda “Majin Buu” is slated to drop in November alongside the Ultra Tech “Vegeta.” –HB


adidas UltraBOOST XENO

adidas‘s XENO reflective material is set for a big return this holiday season. Arriving in two color schemes of all-white and all-black, this UltraBOOST model features a tonal Primeknit upper with matching full-length BOOST sole units in corresponding white or black. The single-tone colorways are accented by XENO material at the Three Stripes cage branding, heel cage and tongue tab, offering some subtle iridescence. Stay tuned for more details on the release. –HB

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