adidas NMD XR1 With NMD R2 Pattern Surfaces

Looks like a certain BOOST sneaker we’re all familiar with.

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With the year coming to a close, adidas looks to have one final NMD XR1 up its sleeve. After dropping a beautiful camo palette of the shoe in November, and inspiring a YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Beluga” custom of the model, a picture of the popular sneaker have surfaced on sneakerprophet_‘s IG.

adidas fans will notice right off the bat that this new NMD XR1 features a pattern that encased the NMD R2. Said pattern, which appears in grey/charcoal hue, contrasts just enough off of the nearly entirely blacked out shoe which has traces of red in the heel tab and rear stitching. This model should garner attention when it releases.

Stay tuned for more information and let us know what you think of the design.

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