Back in February, Kanye West unveiled the adidas Yeezy Calabasas Runner during his Yeezy Season 5 fashion show in New York City. Today, Ibn Jasper, a close associate of Kanye West, leaks a brand new running shoe that is set to debut for Yeezy Season 6. adidas superstar womens gold It features the same adiPrene outsole confirming that this is indeed an adidas collaboration, while the upper mixes in 90s sneaker themes seen in the Yeezy Runner from the last show.
Adidas continues to roll out new Boost models, as today we get a look at 2 new options of the adidas Pure Boost X and the adidas Pure Boost XPose available exclusively in a women’s size run. The Pure Boost X has been a popular offering given the full-length Boost outsole,adidas nmd mens a unique arch in the midfoot section, and a caged lacing system that fits perfectly with a Techfit upper. This all black colorway comes equipped with minimal dashes of red and purple on the lace tips for a nice touch. Then there’s the adidas Pure Boost Xpose, a seldom seen silhouette that implements the same floating design but with a stretch-web rubber outsole and mesh upper.
While the Adidas NMD is still on a very strong run, the Three Stripes is continuing to push its latest Boost silhouette—the Iniki Runner. Originally introduced at the beginning of 2017, the vintage-styled runner has been met with great reception and more pairs are coming soon.This summer, the Iniki Runner will be offered in Light Blue, Pink, Collegiate Navy, Black and Forest Green colorways. Each pair features full-length Boost midsole and white accents on the heels and three stripes branding. adidas nmd womens Gold flaked "INIKI" lettering and gum outsoles complete the shoes, giving a classic style.
But thanks to Adidas, you've got some extra incentive to go out there and kick today's ass. According to the Adidas Running Facebook, starting at 7 am at SE 69th Ave. & SE Belmont St., the company will be carting free pairs of shoes and Adidas running gear around Portland, adidas superstar mens blue which they'll be handing out to hearty athletes who stare steely-eyed down subzero Portland streets and hit the pavement. But take note: they're only giving these bad boys to people actively out on a run.