Given its bulky, decidedly early ’90s look, it would be easy for adidas to go a bit overboard with bold color blocking for the myriad panels that make up the upper of the EQT Support ‘93. Yet, somehow the Three Stripes’ more colorful looks — including last fall’s mesh and synthetic makeover, “The Big Apple” BAIT collab and Night Grey/Clear Granite/Bright Red make-up — have managed to retain the clean aesthetic put forth by the shoe’s more understated executions (like its nods to Portland and Tokyo). Now the old 1993 release is getting one of its cleanest makeovers yet with the debut of a classic “Vintage White” look. Eerily similar to the Austrian-, German- and Swiss-exclusive that dropped back in January, the design switches up the materials a bit, opting for a longer grain suede while extending the tonal look to the shoe’s rubber outsole.
adi fans can find the latest EQT release now at the likes of Sneaker Politics for $140 USD while supplies last.