adidas Mutombo TR Block "Scarlet"

Originally designed in 1994, this year sees a new rendition of the adidas Mutombo TR Block in a

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Originally designed in 1994, this year sees a new rendition of the adidas Mutombo TR Block in a “Scarlet” red colorway. The upper, a mix of nubuck and leather in hues of all red, is contrasted by the sneaker’s stark white sole unit with black accents found in the threading and midsole panel. Details include Mutombo’s signature crest on the tongue, a TPU lacing system, and a wide midfoot strap boldy adorning the adidas logo. The adidas Mutombo TR Block “Scarlet” is available now at accounts like Wish for $100 USD.

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