An On-Feet Look at the adidas NMD R1 Core Red/Black

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Having first previewed the adidas NMD R1 Core Red/Black silhouette earlier last month, we now take a peak at the signature sneaker in a new on-feet look. Constructed in a breathable stretch-mesh upper, the shoe sports a vibrant red base with subtle hits of black landing on the signature Three Stripes branding, heel badge and rear EVA plug. Rounding out the design is the all-white full-length boost sole unit providing a complimentary tonal contrast. This new version of the adidas NMD R1 retails for $140 USD and is currently available overseas at such retailers as Titolo. A wider stateside release is expected in the near future.

In other NMD news, check out this new adidas NMD_R2 iteration sporting a white and red color scheme.

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