After reintroducing its Microbounce T1 earlier in the year, adidas is preparing the largest re-release for the classic ’00s runner yet. Four vivid colorways — “Ice Mint,” “True Pink,” “Clear Blue” and “Cream White” — are set to release, each using a two-tone colorblocking scheme reminiscent of Raf Simons‘ famed Ozweego collaborations.
All four uppers are made of a molded, textured black mesh, complete with tonal Three Stripe graphics, wave patterns, nubuck overlays and silver Bounce branding on the tongue. Down below is where the vibrant detailing kicks in: each pair uses its namesake hue for high-gloss mudguards, springy full-foot Bounce cushioning setups, and sturdy EVA rubber outsoles.
“Ice Mint” uses a crisp light green, “Clear Blue” proffers a cool powder blue, “True Pink” equips a time-honored bubblegum pink hue and “Cream White” calls upon a luxurious off-white tone. In a clever twist, all four of these secondary shades were initially presented together on March’s Microbounce T1 “Workshop.”
For more from the Three Stripes, take a look at the lifestyle-geared UltraBOOST S&L in an elegant “Light Granite” makeup.