adidas eqt boost primeknit black

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adidas eqt boost primeknit black

Postby btrrytrfewq » Mon Dec 04, 2017 9:41 pm


After its initiation in 1991 the adidas eqt support adv pink sale range found instant approval amongst athletes as well as sneaker enthusiasts alike. It has been praised for its technological advancements and timeless design that has effortlessly held up over the past 25 years. EQT is a prime example and case study for the gradual transition of performance based styles into a fashion context and sneaker culture.

Following the success of the adidas eqt boost primeknit black in the black, white and green colourway there’s another fresh new look on the block. The latest addition to the family comes in Grey and Red, bringing adidas’ most popular running shoe bang up to date after almost 24 years in production. As to be expected, the new EQT is combined with the Boost technology that no true sneaker head can do without. Instead of giving up on their old faithful designs in favour of new models, adidas have taken the smart option and decided to combine all the best bits of both. The result is a ridiculously comfortable trainer which moulds to the foot and looks sharp. The EQT Support 93 features mesh and suede covers in two shades of grey, contrasting with a red three stripe and lace plate to match. There’s a real retro look to this shoe, so if you like classic sneakers with a twist you’ll love adidas’ latest hybrid.

The adidas eqt running support black / sub green-white line might be the hottest shoe adidas releases in 2017, and Sneaker Critic believes the EQT will be an instant classic. Equipped with boost technology, a prime knit upper, with a pink color tone and details reminiscent of the iconic equipment line, the EQT will definitely stand out.

In 1991 Adidas introduced a collection of innovative sneakers that were explained by their head designer Peter Moore (yes, the same Peter Moore that designed the Air Jordan 1) as, "Everything that's essential. Nothing that's not." It was called Adidas EQT, short for "EQUIPMENT," and in recent years Adidas started revisiting many of these EQT models - which are now being updated with modern materials, like the adidas eqt womens khaki Currently available in "Clear Grey/Bold Orange," they sport a stretchy synthetic upper, sock-like construction, TPU overlay, and 3-Stripes that connect to the midsole and integrate with the laces for a supportive fit.
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