adidas Originals‘ Ozweego line is one of its most extensive styles to date, delivering pairs with shrouds, terrain-tackling updates, and futuristic reworks, and now the style has been given a new makeover: enter the Ozweego Celox.
Dropping in a brave inaugural colorway of “Core Black/Solar Yellow/Solar Red,” the Ozweego Celox takes the familiar trapezoid-shaped shoe and updates it with a light and flexible structured cage that’s sectioned by the “Solar Red” mesh underlays peaking through. Additionally, a sock-like inner bootie lends itself towards the rear to create a heel which is then supported by a structured heel clip adorned with an adidas-branded heel pul tab.
Suede has been used for the tongue which features adidas Trefoil branding on the right-hand side, technical information and branding on the lace securing segment, and overall, it delivers a somewhat YEEZY 700 V3-like aesthetic as it flows down the vamp and onto the toe box.
Rounding out the sneaker is its triple-threat of adidas midsole technology, combining adiPRENE, adiPRENE+ and EVA foam cushioning for an excellent amount of support and comfort.
Take a look at the adidas Originals Ozweego Celox in “Core Black/Solar Yellow/Solar Red” above, and pick up a pair from stockists such as Hanon for £95 GBP (approx. $128 USD).
For equally bold sneakers, check out the latest from IAB-Studio and ASICS.