The Adidas POD-S3.1
is a new model that sports a design inspired by Adidas running sneakers from the 90s. They boast modular midsole tooling on the outsole that provides shock absorption, stability, and overall comfort. This P.O.D. system consists of energy-returning Boost technology, a point of deflection bridge for stability/flexibility, and a forefoot section made from high-rebound EVA foam. The Adidas POD-S3.1
also has a breathable knit upper, sock-like construction, and bright color accents. Check out the pics for more details. You can purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Although there are many similarities, the design of the upcoming Adidas Continental 80 Rascal is not based on the recently released Adidas Yeezy Powerphase. The Adidas Continental 80 Rascal was first introduced in the 80s and made in France. This retro version stays true to the original (despite no longer being made in France) and boasts a classic sporty style. They are constructed with a soft leather upper, feature a red and navy stripe, perforations, and a french terry lining. Available in black or white, look for the Adidas Continental 80 Rascal dropping soon.
Adidas wants you to go out and explore the path less taken this summer in their modern version of a trail sneaker. The Adidas F/22
is constructed with a flexible and breathable one-piece Primeknit upper and moisture-wicking lining to keep your feet dry. Designed to be worn without socks, this new take on the water moccasin also has bootie construction, arch support, rope laces, and a rugged Continental rubber outsole that's built for traction on multiple terrains. The Adidas F/22
is currently available in a trio of colorways, which can be purchased now at Sneakerhead.
The Adidas Deerupt Runner
is a sneaker that is both simple and bold. Sporting an original design, they are constructed with a breathable and flexible sandwich mesh upper, that's the simple part. The upper and midsole being completely covered by stretch grib webbing is the design element that turns this model into a bold design. Plus, the Adidas Deerupt Runner
also has zoned insole cushioning, sock-like construction, and a rubber outsole. Take a look at the pics for details. You can purchase this Adidas model now at Sneakerhead.
Updating classic sneaker models with new technology and materials has allowed classic designs to live on in a whole new light, like the Adidas Equipment line from 1991. Originally known for their innovative designs in the 90s, sneaker models like the recently released Adidas EQT Support Mid ADV Primeknit
is a modern take on shoe that's nearly 30 years old. They are constructed with an adaptive Primeknit upper, feature premium nubuck overlays, a compression-molded midsole, and embroidered accents. Plus, the sock-like design is both lightweight and supportive. You can purchase the Adidas EQT Support Mid ADV Primeknit
at Sneakerhead now.
The Prophere is a new creation from Adidas. With a design that is "inspired from urban style around the globe," this sneaker is a standout model that's hard to ignore. Sporting a unique treatment to the upper, the Adidas Prophere "Bleached"
is the latest version to hit the shelves. They feature a bleached textile upper, which makes every pair unique. Plus, this Prophere also has sock-like construction, rope laces, a textured midsole, and a semi-translucent rubber outsole. Check out the pics for more details. You can purchase them now at Sneakerhead.
The latest Nike Air Force 1 release utilizes "the power of sport to inspire and uplift." Part of the Nike Equality product line up, this limited release is constructed with a premium black leather upper, translucent outsole, and features the "EQUALITY" message in bold white letters across the midsole of both shoes. Plus, the Nike Air Force 1 "Equality"
also comes with two quality-crafted hang tags, an "Equality" hang tag, and another square tag that is embossed with a quote from Martin Luther King Jr. on one side, and a cymatics graphic on the other side that visualizes the soundwaves from King's "I Have A Dream" speech. You can purchase this sneaker now at Sneakerhead.
There has been many modified Adidas NMD models that have released since their original debut in 2015. They include the City Sock, XR1, R1, R2, HU, and many more. Plus, it's safe to say that Adidas is still looking to grow this popular collection. The latest arrival is the Adidas NMD Racer Primeknit. Inspired by Adidas running sneakers from the 80s, they sport a sleek design, Primeknit sock-like construction, new inserts, NMD heel "bumper," and of course, Boost energy-returning technology. Part of the "Urban Racing" pack, check out the pics for a detailed look. You can cop this Adidas NMD Racer Primeknit
at Sneakerhead now.
Adidas is well-known for supporting rappers. It all started with RUN-DMC, and has now reached unthinkable popularity with Kanye West. Another rapper they have on their roster in Pusha T. His latest collaborative effort, the Adidas x Pusha T EQT Support Primeknit "Brown Paper Bag" (or Bodega Babies) is a homage to the ubiquitous bodega. Crafted with a Primeknit upper, they also feature "fish scale" leather overlays, sock-like construction, Pyrex-inspired graphic sockliner, and full-length energy-returning Boost cushioning. Plus, when you open the box, they are wrapped in brown paper bag. You can cop this limited model now at Sneakerhead.
Nowadays it's common to see sneaker collaborations with famous musicians, artists, and athletes. But, Adidas has strayed from the norm with their latest pack, and have teamed up with a partner many have never even heard of. Parley for the Oceans
is a group that "addresses major threats towards our oceans" by educating though events and collaborating with companies to bring awareness to the public. The Adidas EQT Support ADV "Parley Pack"
contains two models that feature Parley Ocean Plastic. This plastic was reclaimed and recycled from coastal communities, and is integrated into the upper to form "waves." Check out the pics for a closer look. You can purchase both pairs now at Sneakerhead.
The ultra comfortable NMD has been one of Adidas' most sought after model for nearly two years. And to the delight of those people who struggled during their initial release to get their hands on pair, Adidas is now releasing enough colorways to meet the demand. The latest duo of NMD models that just released are a follow-up to the successful NMD_R1 and feature a slightly modified design. Available in Core Black or Running White, these fresh versions of the NMD_R2 are both crafted with Primeknit uppers, feature a "Shadow Knit" technique for a color-shift effect, signature 3-Stripes, and a nubuck heel patch. You can purchase the Adidas NMD_R2 Primeknit "Shadow Knit"
at Sneakerhead now.
Daniel Arsham, an artist known for challenging the line between art, architecture and performance, has teamed up with Adidas on a limited edition sneaker. The Adidas New York "Daniel Arsham"
has a design inspired by archeology and old relics, they are crafted with a white canvas upper with frayed edges. They also feature Arsham's logo on left tongue, the Adidas logo on the right tongue, soft leather lining, and a classic mesh overlaid midsole. But, the most surprising detail on this collab model is the "THE PAST IS PRESENT" message on the midsole that can only be seen under UV light - check out the pics for details. Now available at Sneakerhead.
Inspired by past Adidas court sneakers, the Adidas Matchcourt is available in high, low, and newly released, slip-on versions. Crafted with soft premium tumbled leather, the Adidas Matchcourt Slip
is a versatile style that boasts signature details and quality materials. Available in black or white, they sport a rubber toecap, molded sockliner, striped heel pull tab, elastic goring, and Adidas branding on the tongue. Perfect for a summer barbeque, or even a more dressed up affair, this comfortable sneaker always fits in. Both Adidas Matchcourt Slip
colorways are available for purchase now at Sneakerhead.
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 Support ADV
. 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. You can find this Adidas EQT Support ADV now at Sneakerhead.
The Adidas NMD has been a popular sneaker ever since they debuted. Designed by Nic Galway, they originally released in 2015 and feature an ultra-comfortable design. Although the OG colorway still remains extremely popular, Adidas keeps pumping out more and more colorways to fit everyone's style, with the latest two colorways specifically designed for the ladies. Whether you prefer the darker "Core Black / Icey Blue" colorway or are looking for something lighter with the "Running White / Icey Pink," Adidas has you covered. Plus, both models also feature breathable mesh construction, energy-returning Boost cushioning, and reflective stripes. Look for both NMD models dropping soon.