Previously seen in January, the sneaker has been given the quintessential Wotherspoon makeover, as such sporting a heavy mixture of colors — this time somewhat Lakers-esque — as well as signature motifs and a range of technical qualities. For example, the Round Two co-founder’s love for the great outdoors has resulted in this pair being made from CORDURA nylon, with more outdoorsy influences being found on the rugged rubber sole unit.
Contrasting the utilitarian nature is the color palette, which combines a yellow toe, vamp, and interior with a purple mid, tongue and heel, where embroidery in yellow, purple, white, and red forms flowers, zig-zags, and references to sustainability — nodding to the fact that parts of this shoe are made from recycled content generated from production waste.
Black netting lays on top of the base, but also acts as the background for the Three Stripes on the mid panel and the base for the tongue components. Here, tactile rope laces with a toggle are dressed with multicolored metal eyelets, while a two-tone adidas EQT logo appears on the tongue, leading the eye to the hazard-like webbing heel tab.
Rounding out the daring silhouette is a welcomed break of color, seeing the sole unit appear in off white with hidden colors decorating components such as the Torsion bar on the outsole.
Take a look at the Sean Wotherspoon x adidas Originals Equipment Support 93 above, and pick up a pair from adidas all around the world when it drops on April 6, costing $180 USD.
In case you missed it, check out this week’s Sole Mates which featured Priya Ahluwalia and the adidas Originals Superstar.