adidas Originals Continues Its "Never Made" Releases With Triple Black Colorways

Archive uppers meet high-tech sole units.

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After dropping its “Never Made” sneakers in a minimalist triple white colorway last month, adidas Originals has returned to the fusion silhouettes for a new triple black release. The eight sneakers in the pack are all made up of two classic adidas Originals silhouettes combined, with archival uppers constructed from leather, suede and knit sitting atop high-tech sole units including Carbon 4D and NMD BOOST.

Stand-out sneakers in the pack include the Marathon x I-5923, the Micropacer x NMD R1 and the FYW x BYW. All silhouettes in the pack come in an all-black colorway, allowing the “Never Made” tooling, detailing and textures take center stage in the release. The full triple-black capsule is set to release at select stockists on December 12. The I-5923 x 4D silhouette will release exclusive in US, Europe and China flagship stores.

In other footwear news, get a closer look at Commonwealth’s adidas Consortium ZX 500 RM.

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