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Adidas Originals Men's NMD_R1 Sneaker, Black/White/Grey, 10.5 #adadidas Originals #ad
- No virgin polyester. Sock-like fit; Stretchy knit upper offers adaptive support. 50% of the upper is textile, 75% of the textile is Primeblue yarn. Tpu plugs and molded heel patch for stability; Rubber outsole provides secure traction.
Boost midsole for cushioning and energy return. Men's premium shoe with sport-inspired heritage for everyday street wear. This product is made with primeblue, a high-performance recycled material made in part with Parley Ocean Plastic.
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Collegiate Navy/White/Gum, adidas Originals mens NMD_R1 Sneaker, 10.5 #adadidas Originals #ad
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Adidas Originals mens NMD_R1 Sneaker, White/White/White, 11 #adadidas Originals #ad
- Adidas Originals mens Sneaker. Adidas is the original sports brand, driven by innovation and a bias to action. We are creators, makers and doers. No matter how serious you are about sports – a sporting lifestyle does not end in the locker room.
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Size 8, Black Future, adidas Mens NMD R1 GY4977 Pharrell #adadidas #ad
- Finishing details include black speckled rope laces, embossed adidas detailing on the heel, and a black painted Boost midsole. The sock-like primeknit upper and leather Three Stripes detailing on either side are finished off in black.
The pharrell x adidas nmd r1 “black future” is a special collaboration between the talented music producer and adidas from its “Black Future” collection.
A black heel counter and eyelet overlays progress the stealthy appearance. A december 2020 release, the nmd r1 “black future” is one of several black monochromatic colorways imagined by Pharrell following his Time Magazine “We Deserve a Black Future” essay. Release date: december 13, 2020 .