A First Look at the adidas NMD XR1 in Tonal Grey With a Striking "Silver Boost" Sole

Is this the best colored BOOST NMD XR1 iteration yet?

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Infamous shoe leaker @sneakerprophet_ has taken to Instagram to reveal a striking new colorway of the popular adidas NMD XR1 silhouette. This latest low-top variant receives a tonal grey upper alongside a matte silver midsole to boot. As far as construction details go, the sneaker is fitted with a mesh upper, leather cage paneling, and of course the signature BOOST sole.

There is no official announcement yet from adidas Originals regarding the release date for the “Silver Boost.” Nevertheless, check out the photo above and stay tuned for more details.

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