adidas Unveils the NMD R1 Primeknit "Zebra" Pack

The newest colorway takes inspiration from a sneaker we’re already well familiar with.

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Between the release of the Pharrell Williams x adidas Originals Tennis Hu’s and another collaboration with Rick Owens, it’s been a busy couple of months over at adidas. That isn’t set to change anytime soon, however, as the company has just announced a new colorway pack for the highly coveted adidas NMD_R1 Primeknit. This time around, adidas has chosen to adapt the “Zebra” colorway for the sneakers, made famous by the Yeezy Boost 350 colorway of the same name. The shoe will feature the signature Primeknit body with Boost cushion soles and the recognizable plugs on the side. The pack will feature two “Zebra” style colors, with one being mostly black and the other being mostly white.

While there is no official release date on the new pack, keep up to date with the rest of the NMD colorways that are set to come out in the near future.

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