The uppers arrive in a one-piece jet-black leather coating with Three-stripe motifs imprinted along the tongue and the adidas logos featured on the heel. Racing stripes curve around the toe box towards the laterals and exposed mesh collars are found in a Gray/Black zebra print featuring T-Mac logo embroidery. A Torsion System midsole and Bounce dark camo outsole complete the performance-optimized design.
Take a look at the official images above, and expect the adidas T-Mac 2 Restomod “Black Patent” to release on March 19 on the adidas website and select retailers for $130 USD.
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