Said to be inspired by futuristic design and dance culture, the pairs arrive in a leather and mesh build with a black base and metallic silver trim. Bearing a resemblance to adidas’ Orektro and Ozrah silhouettes, the sneaker features an abstract maze of overlays with three-stripe accents running over the side panels and tongue. Custom graphics adorn the insoles and rounding out the look are adiprene midsoles equipped with a formotion heel pocket and grippy two-tone rubber outsoles.
“These adidas trainers call back to the ’90s and early 2000s, when running shoes were practically synonymous with rave culture,” writes adidas. “A comfortable lining cushions every step, and a rubber outsole keeps a hold on your grip as you move on the dance floor and through the crowds.”
The adidas Exomniac Cushion NSRC is now available in select regions and retailers for approximately $160 USD.
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