For this makeup, the German retailer wanted to pay homage to the first generation of adidas EQT shoes and put its own pastel twist on its iconic trio of colors. Neutral tones have the strongest presence on this collaborative iteration as a pure white coats over the toe boxes, mesh quarter panels, mudguards, tongues and the collars while “Gray One” touches up the overlays. Dusty red, blue and green hits accent the stripes, taping and the adidas branding that sit on the tongues and the left shoe’s heel. Parked on the back of the right shoe is Overkill’s signature emblem. Another smaller element to point out here is the added set of stripes that plants itself on the midsoles to match up with the base.
Overkill will be dropping these in store come October 16 and online on October 23 for €140 (approx. $162 USD).
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