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Served in a cleaner but somewhat similar makeup to the aforementioned “Digi Camo” pair, this NMD R1 features an upper constructed entirely from Primeknit and is served on top of a full-length BOOST sole unit. Stability-supporting EVA instep plugs are strategically placed at the forefoot and heel, with the former sporting “Grey One” adidas branding.
Elsewhere, the pair is fitted with a TPU heel clip that’s embossed with adidas’ signature Trefoil logo, as well as a TPU lace cage system that, this time around, features white rope laces as opposed to the flat laces that frequent the NMD line. A tongue and heel loop also appear, while a stretchy collar and a webbed rubber outsole also finished in white round out the pair’s look.
The adidas NMD R1 “Cloud White/Grey One” is set to release at stockists such as Asphalt Gold on March 26, costing €169 EUR a pair (approx. $200 USD). Take a closer look at the sneaker above.
For more archive-inspired sneakers, check out the adidas x Reebok ZX Pump.