Earlier this month, the adidas ZX 10.000 C returned to the market with a coveted collaboration with Berlin’s Overkill. To keep the momentum going, the Three Stripes drops an OG colorway of the ’90s hit.
Opting for light sky-blue as its anchor, multi-textured overlays are jam-packed across the shoe’s uppers. Gray and tan calfskin patches run around the toebox while an adidas Originals motif rests atop the solid heel clip. Hits of coral orange arrive on the vintage logo, detailing the midfoot mesh panel, heel as well as the detached signature three stripes. Finalizing the design is the interchangeable neon-yellow deubré which lets wearers alternate between the adidas Running branding and the Consortium handshake graphic.
Priced at $160 USD, the retro adidas ZX 10.000 C is now available for purchase at adidas, and select retailers like Sneaker Politics. In more sneaker news, adidas Originals have just confirmed the release date of the YEEZY BOOST 700 “Salt”.
adidas ZX 10.000C “Suprecolor”
- Sneaker News