When we first showed you this appealing new look for the hotter-than-hot Adidas NMD For Sale earlier this month, we reported that they’d be releasing in Europe on February 20th. It looks like that will also be the date of their Stateside drop, as adidas Originals retailers in the USA like Packer Shoes have them ready to drop on the 20th, as well. The stripeless version of the NMD lets the unique camo pattern on the yellow, black, and white Primeknit upper speak for itself, creating what should end up being one of the most sought-after versions of the shoe all year.
The adidas Consortium tour continues its second stop of 2016 to the Haight/Ashbury district of San Francisco, where sneaker shop Nice Kicks is set to open a brand new location. Teaming up with adidas, the Austin-based sneaker store design
the Adidas NMD Women with red/black tie-dye print uppers to commemorate their new home’s hippie roots, much like how HUF skateshop designed their Nike SB Dunk High. These will drop exclusively at the new NK SF shop on 147 Haight St. as well as on their online shop on Saturday, February 6th.
The new colorways for much-hyped Adidas NMD Men are beginning to roll in more steadily, as we catch sight of another upcoming look for the popular new silhouette. Following up the first Primeknit colorway in black and white, this one features a similar camouflage-like look, but with yellow thrown into the mix for the woven upper. If you missed out on the first two colorways or just want to keep your adidas NMD R1 collection growing, keep in mind that the new yellow rendition will drop in Europe on February 20th, and stay tuned for any US release information.
The Adidas NMD Cheap closed out adidas Originals’ awesome 2015 in a way that nobody expected. The lifestyle and running qualities of the slip-on model paired Boost technology with a unique upper for a look that fits right into adidas’ current release slate. Now the adidas NMD R1 is getting a collaboration from Nice Kicks in the near future. The Austin-based sneaker specialists redefine the upper with the iconic combination of red and black while their logo and wordmark grace the heel tab.