adidas Is Set to Release the ZX 500 RM in “Core Black” & “Core White” Models

Tonal goodness.

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While the sneaker world patiently awaits for the collaborative Dragon Ball Z x adidas ZX 500 RM “Goku” to drop, the signature adidas silhouette is set to break out on its own, preparing to hit the scene in simplistic black and white models, respectively.

Both tonal uppers support a material mix of mesh, suede, and neoprene, which all play a part in contributing to the shoe’s throwback aesthetic. Subtle branding accents by way of the side area Three Stripes emblem and signature Trefoil tongue logo help characterize the minimalist design, while a TPU-enhanced, full-length BOOST midsole and rubber outsole round out both new models. Price and release date still has yet to be confirmed, so be sure to check back for updates when they become available.

In other sneaker news, here is a first look at Nike SB’s Blazer Low collaboration with the NBA.

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