Another predictably sought-after Yeezy model is almost here. The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Citrin" is slated to follow in the footsteps of every other Yeezy Boost 350 release, and disappear from shelves (or get into the cart) of multitudes of Kanye West fans. They feature a familiar laceless design with knit upper, translucent side stripe, gum rubber outsole, and Adidas' signature Boost cushioning. Check out the pics for details on this hard to describe "Citrin" multi-colored upper. And, look for the Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Citrin" dropping soon.
According to Adidas, the latest version of the popular OZWEEGO was adapted from the original OZWEEGO 3, which debuted in 1998. They boast wavy, futuristic design lines and have a mesh upper with leather and TPU overlays. This model also sports semi-translucent "pipes" that run through the lace cage and wraparound the heel, Adiprene+ in the forefoot, Adiprene in the heel, and an inner sleeve. Adidas truly worked hard to make create a sneaker that would achieve fashion and function, and according to the reviews, they've achieved. You can purchase your pair at Sneakerhead now.
According to Adidas, the new 4D outsole design on the Adidas AlphaEdge 4D is based on over 15 years of collecting data. Built to provide another level of energy return, impact cushioning, and stability, Adidas used high-speed motion capture to gather knowledge on how runners land on their feet and precisely where they need more support. The result is a lattice-style one-piece midsole that has captured a lot of attention and interest. To complete the Adidas AlphaEdge 4D, they also used a Primeknit upper with TPU-coated fibers for targeted support. Check out the pics for details on this innovative running model from Adidas.
Adidas is following up 2018's cycling collaboration with high-end Italian racing bike manufacturer Colnago with another cycling partnership to start off 2019. The Adidas Campus "Forever Bicycle" is a straight-forward collaboration with Shanghai-based company Forever Bicycles. They are constructed with a black suede upper, feature an embroidered bicycle graphic on heel, all over bicycle print on the laces, and a reflective accent on the tongue tag. Additional modifications include "YONGJIU" lettering on the side panels, and Forever Bicycles branding on the insole. Look for this limited Adidas Campus model dropping soon.
The Adidas Ultra Boost was originally launched in 2015 and touted as, "The Greatest Running Shoe Ever." Now, Adidas is re-releasing some of its most popular color schemes, including the Adidas Ultra Boost "Multicolor." Available in a predominantly white or navy colorway, they're constructed with a flexible and breathable Primeknit upper, molded heel counter for stability, and a Continental Rubber Stretchweb outsole. They also have ultra-responsive energy-returning Boost technology, and a multi-color accent around the toe. You can purchase a pair now at Sneakerhead.
Unlike the two previous releases we saw earlier this summer, the latest Adidas Yung-1 release sports a simple colorway that aims to keep it fresh and clean. This highly anticipated chunky runner is constructed with a combination of materials, including nubuck, mesh, textile and leather, all covered in Cloud White and Footwear White hues. They also feature a white outsole, Adidas' signature Torsion System for stability, and an embroidered Trefoil logo on the tongue. Check out the pics for a closer look. You can purchase your pair at Sneakerhead now.
When sneaker brands re-release models from their archives not only does it provide seasoned sneakerheads an opportunity to cop a shoe they once loved, but it also introduces classic sneakers to a whole new younger audience. This is exactly the case with the Adidas Dimension Low. First released in the 90s, the Torsion-equipped Dimension has a combination leather, mesh, and textile upper, neoprene inner bootie, and a chunky midsole. They also feature a black and white colorway with purple, orange, neon yellow, maroon, and teal color pops. A classic 90s trainer. The Adidas Dimension Low is available now at Sneakerhead.
The Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 has enjoyed enormous success. Every colorway, no matter what that colorway is, creates a frenzy among resellers (and a few sneakerheads) trying to get their hands on these highly coveted kicks. Past models include the Blue Tints, Belugas, Zebras, Breds, and Semi-Frozen Yellows - to name a few. Adidas and Kanye are following up those colorways with the highly anticipated Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 "Butter" model. Constructed with a signature Primeknit upper, boost cushioning, and a wraparound sole - this version stays true to the familiar design. Check out the pics for more details, and look for the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 "Butter" dropping soon.
The trend of chunky running (or walking) sneakers seems to be dominating the sneaker landscape this summer, and it's not slowing down. With sneakers like the Yeezy 700, Yeezy 500, and the Yung-1, Adidas is definitely all-in on the popular craze - and their upcoming women's release, the Adidas Falcon W, provides those looking for a blocky-soled sneaker another viable option. A revised version of the original Falcon Dorf, they are constructed with a combination suede and mesh upper, feature bold color accents, reflective metallic hits, and sit atop of a thick sole. Ladies can look for this 90s-inspired model dropping soon.
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.