Materials such as patent leather and satin have been used on the sneaker’s upper, adding a shine to a silhouette that’s mostly been seen in clean palettes courtesy of Norse Projects and adidas Consortium. Instead, this iteration takes after the “Tech Indigo” iteration and brings color to the forefront, with its floral pattern pepping through the overlaying panels, inbetween the Three Stripes, and on core components such as the toe box and heel.
While the Torsion technology and rugged outsole remain for all of its terrain-tackling abilities, it has been given a bright red sole unit and a satin tongue for more bold, playful touches. Rounding out the floral pair of Torsion TRDCs is a set of 3M-enabled rope laces, stripes that are also equipped with 3M thread, and a touch of adiPRENE tech for added comfort.
Take a look at the adidas Originals Torsion TRDC in “Scarlet/Collegiate Burgundy,” complete with its floral print, in the gallery above. For those looking to grab a pair, check out retailers such as Footpatrol where the sneaker retails for £100 GBP (approx. $128 USD).
In related news, adidas has unveiled the Consortium EVO 4D Friends & Family.