An On-Feet Look at the adidas EQT Cushion ADV "Class Of '91"

An appropriate 1991 pairs made.

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Back at the end of July, adidas Originals unveiled three new looks for its EQT Cushion ADV model. Sporting the brand’s signature EVA outsole, the new sneaker is designed with comfort as the number one priority. The new sneaker also sports a lightweight mesh upper in white with grey suede overlays towards the heel. The adidas EQT Cushion ADV “Class Of ‘91” also sports three different colored Three Stripes depending on which continent you get your pair from. The regional exclusives will see green for North America, blue for Europe and red for Asia.

The adidas EQT Cushion ADV “Class Of ‘91” will be limited to 1991 pairs worldwide. One retailer that will be getting the exclusive this weekend is German retailer Afew for $188 USD. In the meantime, also check out the upcoming adidas UltraBOOST 4.0.

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