adidas’s persistent propensity for combining archival silhouettes with new-age materials and tech has created many an interesting hybrid silhouette over the last few years. The footwear from the adidas EQT line — originally conceptualized by former Air Jordan 1 designer Peter Moore in 1991 — has long served as a template for modern-day experimentation, and the adidas EQT Support 91/18, one of the updated models from the aforementioned line, has now surfaced in a futuristic new colorway. Using black mesh and nubuck as the base, this modernized EQT’s main accents arrive on and around its midfoot. The cage and paneling are dressed in a shimmering silver, the laces a bright neon yellow, and the tongue/throat a cool blueberry shade. Grey EQT branding appears at the top of the toebox, and a full-length black Boost midsole with traditional plastic shanks for accents provides all-day cushioning and comfort. Grab a look at these “new classic” adidas shoes below, and expect a release on adidas.com in the coming weeks for $180 USD.
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