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In 1984, adidas released Adidas NMD R1 the technologically advanced Micropacer silhouette years ahead of its time, with a mini-computer inside measuring a runner’s distance, average speed, and calories burned – fundamentally serving as its own pedometer. This pace-setting model debuted in a shimmering metallic silver color scheme with red and blue detailing, a classic color combination that has become an important core to the incomparable Three Stripes archive. Paying homage to this influential iteration is the newest adidas NMD R1 offering that comes done up in a primarily silver colorway with red midfoot stripes and heel stamp with royal blue midfoot bumpers. A black heel tab and outsole combines with a white, full-length BOOST midsole for contrast to complete this nostalgic creation that would be a welcomed addition to any adidas fan’s NMD arsenal. While you wait for this attractive NMDs arrival be sure to check out the hybridized Micro R1 that combines the best of both of these distinguished Trefoil models.

This month, illustrious European Adidas NMD R1 sneaker boutique Sneakersnstuff is set to reprise one of the most iconic collaborations in their shop’s distinguished history. In 2017, SNS dropped a two-piece set of adidas NMD R1 Primeknits with a “Datamosh” monicker that carried an aesthetic makeup meant to resemble technology with the same name. Visually, these two Three Stripe-less creations boasted woven PK uppers that were designed to mimic corrupting data in which images are “moshed” together to create a unique visual effect. Having dropped in a Clear Aqua and a Collegiate Orange color scheme last year, the capsule is back once again done up with a much darker vibe for Fall, coming in a warm Maroon, and a sporty Blue Night. Supported by a campaign video directed by UK designers, Tim & Barry, and a release party at SNS’s NYC-based Meatpacking District shop on 9/20, the adidas NMD R1 PK “Datamosh 2.0” Pack is slated to drop online and at all the shop’s brick-and-mortar locations on September 22nd.

New Balance’s relatively new 247 New Balance 247 NZz silhouette made its debut in 2017, and offered a more modernized feel than most other options the retro band draws up. Taking influence from the 998 and the 574, the 247 is made with knit toe and collar units, while sporting smooth synthetic nubuck quarter panels. NB recently rolled out this new “Candy Pink” color scheme that combines soft pink and grey colors to create and attractive aesthetic that would be a welcome addition to any one’s New Balance collection. Fans of this look can head over to their local retailer or log onto select accounts like Sneaker Politics to pick up a pair today for $120 USD.

The adidas Superstar and adidas Stan Smith Adidas Superstar 80s are the two most iconic silhouettes in the Three Stripes’ archives. Both have grown to become cultural icons during their decades of existence, and now both of the widely-loved sneakers are receiving a marbled makeover. The Superstar arrives in both a white/black and a black/white, both of which feature marble detailing on the midfoot’s three stripes logo as well as the heel graphic. The Stan Smith opts for a slightly more toned-down look, with the same marble detailing arriving on the heel patch, while the white leather upper is left largely untouched. For a final premium touch, both shoes feature gold-stamped adidas branding on the heel and tongue. If you’re a fan of either silhouette, both are available now at atmos Tokyo, with the Superstars priced at ¥12,000 (around $107 USD) while the Stan Smiths come with a ticket of ¥11,000 ($98 USD). Also, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that more classic adidas Originals silhouettes could join the “Marble” pack in the future, so be sure to keep it locked here for all your Three Stripes updates.



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