Intriguing "Turbo Red" Coloring Coats the adidas Originals EQT Support RF

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The Three Stripes have been on a roll as of late via its constant releases spanning from YEEZY Season to welcoming back some of its most coveted silhouettes from the ’90s. This time around the adidas Equipment Support RF returns in an eye-catching “Turbo Red” colorway. The model stays true to its original aesthetic via its Three Stripes branding along its lateral and medial sides in black. Its black outsole supports a white midsole where you’ll find its “Turbo Red”-colored upper demanding your attention.

The adidas Equipment Support RF in its “Turbo Red” colorway is currently available at select retailers such as Afew for approximately $130 USD.

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