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#1 Posted : 22 April 2021 01:06:37(UTC)

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NASA and adidas aren’t riseupwho.com strangers to one another, with the former entity helping the latter launch the Ultra Boost 2020 in November 2019. For their latest joint-endeavor, the two groups are converging on an NMD R1 duo that takes one giant leap for the BOOST-cushioned silhouette. Predominantly clad in either “Footwear White” or “Core Black,” each pair features a handful of eye-catching accents.

Colored midsole cushioning and its accompanying EVA plugs work in-tandem with reflective adidas sneakers white womens strips, translucent tooling and eye-catching accents to nod to space exploration. Non-standard branding and text throughout the upper not only denote the collaboration, but also allude to what may be an evolution of the NMD that’s here to stay.

The NMD R1 is an adidas classic that's never gone out of style. Now we've taken this 1980s classic and updated it for the modern era, while still retaining its signature lines. They combine racing credentials with adidas nmd_r1 spectoo grey mens trail-running experience to give a lightweight, tough and very versatile sneaker. They're also easily identifiable by their heel pull detailing and moulded EVA midsole plugs that evoke the classic heritage of this sneaker. What has changed is the technology that's now available to enhance this classic and turn it into a modern, high-performance training shoe.

We use our Boost technology in the inner cushioning design, inserting compartments of responsive micro-particles that return energy to your foot each time it Check out lands and lifts off again. They have a knit material upper, into which has been welded our 3-Stripes. A contrasting gum-colored rubber outsole gives a court look to these sneakers, which is another thing that makes them so distinctive. An inner sockliner is added so that they securely hug the foot without creating any kind of restrictive sensation while you're running.


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