Following up on the teaser that we looked at earlier this month, the newest adidas Stan Smith sneaker collaboration, the adidas Stan Smith EM x Concepts, has officially been unveiled. Taking a brand new approach to the legendary adidas Tennis sneaker, CNCPTS opted to go with a full woven mesh upper that forms a snake texture and is done in Black and Grey. The woven upper is accented with hits of Green and Purple and sits on a White sole. The release date for the sneaker is set for 10/25 exclusively at Concepts in Boston. Check out the official images.
With Derrick Rose back and playing preseason Basketball for the Chicago Bulls, his 5th signature sneaker with adidas, the D Rose 5 Boost, has begun to hit retailers. Kicking off the lineup, the D Rose 5 Boost “Home” has popped up at retail. The sneaker features a Bulls inspired mix of White, Black, and Red throughout with a speckled trim and full length adidas Boost cushioning. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these now.
Adding to the adidas ZX Flux “Core Black/Red” that we looked at earlier today, adidas is set to release the breakout sneaker of 2014 in Dark Blue and Hero Blue. Going with tonal Blues, the sneaker features a mix of Dark Blue and Hero Blue on the upper with an Off-White midsole and Black outsole. No word on an release date but look for these to drop as part of the Fall adidas ZX Flux collection.
After taking 2014 by storm, the adidas ZX Flux shows no signs of slowing up as we head into 2015. Adding to all of the colorways of the newer adidas ZX Flux 2.0, adidas ZX Flux NPS, and adidas ZX Flux Tech, adidas is going back to the original with the upcoming adidas ZX Flux “Core Black/Red”. Going traditional “Chicago Bulls” on the upper, the sneaker features a Black mesh upper with a Red heel counter and Red accents. The midsole/sole is done in classic vintage adidas ZX 8000 featuring a pre-yellowed midsole and Back outsole. Check out the detailed pictures and look for these this Fall.
Adding to the collaborative adidas EQT Support releases that we’ve seen lately, adidas has a couple of their own colorways of classic 90s running sneaker on deck for the Fall including the “Light Solid Grey” colorway. The “Light Solid Grey” EQT Support goes with a mostly monochrome make up of Core Black, Light Solid Grey, and Clear Solid Grey, with subtle Green highlights. No word on an exact release date but look for these to drop this Fall. Check out the detailed pictures in the meantime.