adidas Originals Deerupt Receives New "Bluebird" and "Aero Pink" Colorways

Spring kicks.

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The adidas Originals Deerupt model continues to receive new colorways as it hones the spotlight as the Three Stripes‘s latest lifestyle model. This time, the Deerupt appears in “Aero Pink” and “Bluebird.” The low-cut silhouette references the past and the with design cues taken from the NMD_R1 and Tennis Hu, while also looking to the future with a new mesh overlay and BOOST sole unit.

The two new colorways offer something bolder and something more minimalist for the Spring season. “Bluebird” features a blue upper and red midsole with contrast white mesh overlay, whereas “Aero Pink” keeps it more low-key with a baby pink upper with light pink midsole, making for a monochromatic base for the white mesh overlay.

The adidas Originals Deerupt in “Bluebird” and “Aero Pink” will release on April 12 at adidas’s web store and select Three Stripes retailers worldwide. Let us know which colorway you prefer and for more simple silhouettes, Converse shared its new Chuck 70 Court collection.

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