Following up on the well-received “Core Black” version of the shoe,
Last year, adidas and its Originals umbrella revealed the first installment of its brand-new Orketro silhouette. The shoe soon evolved with a slew of interesting color schemes and even received collaborative rebirths from the likes of Sean Wotherspoon and Offspring. Now, the shoe is continuing to build on its new-found popularity in the sneaker world with its all-new and summer-ready colorway.
Since the Orketro 2.0.’s inception, it has prided itself on its curved and futuristic overlays. This feature has been bolstered once again with a silver finish that takes over its textile upper and tongue construction. Meanwhile, the greyscale effect continues to increase through the use of the darkened foot stripes along with the crisp white contrasts on the overlays that blend into the adiPRENE cushioning system on the underfoot.
Rounding off the design, “Core Black” and grey mesh takes over the heel and medial mid-foot, this provides increased breathability for the wearer, while the revamped sole unit features a torsional plate that’s hit with a nubbed tread underfoot to give increased grip on slippery terrains.
You can check out the new adidas Orketro 2.0. above and it will be available to shop via the official adidas website and with select retailers in the coming weeks.
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