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.