adidas Unveils a Pair of Tonal NMD R1 Models for Summer

Black and olive.

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Similar to what we saw last year, adidas seems content to once again push its NMD R1 agenda full force, revealing the runner in a myriad of tonal reworks over the past few months. Just yesterday hitting our pages in an exclusive JD Sports rendition, we now take a look at a pair of models that take on simple solid color schemes.

Seen above in both black and olive options, each shoe features matching-hued Three Stripes branding, EVA inserts, tongue and heel counter branding with a full-length BOOST midsole and rubber outsole. Aside from their respective signature tones, subtle pops of red show up on the branded heel pull tab, while orange catches some shine on the interior heel lining. Set to a price of $130 USD each, both adidas NMD R1 silhouettes are slated to debut online later this summer.

In case you missed it, Sneakersnstuff & adidas leap into the future in this week’s footwear drops.

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