Centered around bright “Energy Aqua” and “Trace Orange,” the new looks utilize the popular glitch pattern devoid of the usual Three Stripes branding. Free of branding, the shoes sport a minimalist look with the tonal Primeknit upper accented only by its texture patches and a TPU heel badge. While a full-length BOOST midsole with embedded TPU bumpers and a rugged rubber outsole round up the design of the shoes.
Priced at $180 USD, the adidas Originals NMD R1 Primeknit summer colorways are set to release at retailers like Sneakersnstuff June 1.
For more adidas Originals, the German sneaker division recently unveiled its upcoming hybrid RisingstarxR1 sneaker.