Inspiration for this collaborative take comes from the euphoric “Runners High” that’s often ignited within us when we get our fix of exercise. This is translated through a mosaic of purple, orange, green, red, and yellow mashed together to form a paint-like pattern across the overlays that rest on the mid-foot, forefoot and heels. Hits of brighter blue and purples also get brought to the table here, the former of which dresses the lateral stripes while the former takes care of the medial. Other significant design details to point out include the heels which split between an adidas logo on the left side and a Mita insignia on the right, as well as the cork-infused insoles.
Peep a closer look here above and note that you can expect Mita to release these come October 2nd.
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