adidas Unveils the NMD R1 Primeknit Glitch Camo In "Core Black"

Some neutral shades for your sneaker rotation.

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adidas is continuing its Glitch Camo line of NMD R1 Primeknits with the unveiling of a new Core Black variant. The new colorway sees Primeknit threads of grey, black, and a little bit of white stitched together to construct the sneaker’s upper.

The sock-like build is decorated with a few black details along the side and on the back of the shoe, with light and dark grey occupying the color panels towards the sole. Speaking of the sole, the brand’s signature BOOST material is seen in white resting below the upper and is protected by a black rubber outsole along the bottom.

You can expect to see the adidas NMD R1 Primeknit Glitch Camo in “Core Black” hit store shelves and online sometime in early November for $170 USD. While you’re waiting for that to drop, take a look at the latest EQT Support ADV collaboration between adidas and Parley.

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