After offering a first look at the sneaker, adidas then teased its Deerupt in a clean all-white colorway, before showcasing a trio of colorways set to hit stores later this month. Now, an adidas Consortium iteration of the shoe has surfaced, bearing a previously unseen makeup.
Although the all-white Deerupt isn’t new, it does highlight the minimal sneaker’s sleek, textured design. Eyelets are perforated into the upper, which foregoes tongue or toe divisions in favor of single-piece construction, with the midsole matching its all-over webbing. Overt adidas branding normally appears only on the Deerupt’s heel tab, but this Consortium take reimagines the company’s Three Stripes branding in the form of three towering striations of grey executed from the middle of the upper down to the toe.
Grab a pair of the Consortium Deerupt over on Slam Jam’s webstore for $165 USD. Elsewhere, the YEEZY Powerphase “Core Black” finally has a confirmed release date.