Of course, the likes of the Adidas EQT for Men and Women has also benefited from Primeknit and Boost overhauls to enter a more modern, lightweight context that works better for lifestyle purposes than as an actual performance runner. But it's always nice to see the original still get some love even with the current climate dictating a more focused output on the former. Today we get a look at the adidas EQT Support 93 Camo Print, which utilizes a off-white suede with different shades of light grey hitting the military pattern. A white sports mesh adds a traditional construction on the forefoot while a classic gum outsole adds a perfect lifestyle finish. Interestingly enough, that trendy Turbo Red, a shade that constantly reminds us of the Hot Lava shade from Andre Agassi's Air Tech Challenge II, makes its way onto the heel for just a slight stripe of vibrancy.
Two core divisions of the adidas family come together for the first time with Soccer and the Adidas EQT Sneakers line teaming up for a special collection. The "Green Pack"—referencing the iconic shade of used by the EQT line since its birth—features the ACE cage shoe in Primeknit for performance and the Mundial Team in premium leather for the streets. Each, of course, sports the signature EQT green across the upper with white and black accents.
adidas continues to update its Discount Adidas EQT lineup with modern materials, as today we get to see a mix of a little old and new with adidas EQT Support 93 Primeknit featuring a look inspired by an OG colorway. The three stripes manage to include that signature teal shade with contrasting chartreuse on the slimmed down midsole unit, black ribbon three stripe branding, and red around the slip-on ankle collar.
The adidas EQT Racing 91 was a game changer when it first released during the Adidas EQT for Sale heyday back in the early 90s. The women's silhouette featured a slip-on construction with the entire midfoot cut out as if it were a slide for an incredible breezy ride while mesh inserts throughout helped the retro be as lightweight an installment as possible. The adidas EQT Racing 91 Primeknit was an obvious update given the unique cut-out shape that lent itself to the malleable woven construction, and now 2 new colorways are headed to retailers this Spring 2017. A coral light pink known as Haze Colar abides by the pink footwear trend seen throughout this spring season while a Mystery Blue showcases the unique woven patterns on the one-piece upper in direct contrast with the original EVA midsole.
Long live the Boost. Buy Adidas EQT In a sneaker landscape that sees plenty of Ultra Boost and NMD offerings on the schedule each month, the three stripes continue to surprise with a number of updated Primeknit and Boost silhouettes that blend past inspirations with an exciting new future. Among them are the models under the completely revamped adidas Equipment line from the 90s as retro training models have been revamped with ample use of woven deconstructed uppers for lightweight, functional toolings. Today we get a look at one of the more popular offerings in the adidas EQT Support Ultra Primeknit, coming in 2 retro 1990 inspired colorways on May 1st for $180 USD. A Frozen Yellow, Frozen Green, Black combination harkens back to the vibrancy that accompanied the original EQT Support while a cleaner Vintage White should hold down those of you looking to mix up your 'Triple White' routine.
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