adidas Gives the Ozrah a “Carbon” Makeover

Made with recycled materials.

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Following the collaborative release with artist RUBY 9100M, adidas is continuing its futuristic flair with a new “Carbon” colorway for the Ozrah.

Debuted in the colorway of “Carbon/Core Black,” the adiPRENE+ sole sneaker comes in a grey, purple and black textile upper that’s partly crafted with recycled materials. Black cage-like overlays hug the silhouette across the sidewalls, complemented with tonal suede on the mudguard and heels. Towards the rear, the shoe sports a translucent black tube that links into the heel tab. To complete the design, the Ozrah tongue logo can be seen with a glossy finish beneath black shoelaces, along with the Three Stripes motifs on the outsoles and insoles.

Priced at $140 USD, the adidas Ozrah “Carbon” is now available to purchase at adidas.

For more news about the Three Stripes, another adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “MX” colorway has emerged.

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