Three new regional-exclusive colourways of the once popular Human Race NMD silhouette are about to drop this week on October 25, 2020.
The “Crystal White” colourway will be an Asia Pacific exclusive, while a “Sand Reflective” version of the shoe will only be available in North America.
There is also a limited edition “Dash Green”, of which only 7777 pairs will be made available globally.
Similar to Kanye’s YEEZY line with adidas, Pharrell Williams’s Hu line has been highly sought after over the last few years.
Check out the pairs below.
Long-time adidas collaborators A Bathing Ape and NEIGHBORHOOD are joining forces once again on a sneaker – this time, on the NMD TS1.
Shawn Lee on Instagram posted images of the co-branded pair, showcasing the sneaker in all its glory.
Both NBHD and BAPE branding can be found right in the centre of the upper, alongside the Kanji characters for Tokyo.
In typical NMD fashion, the sneaker comes equipped with a full BOOST midsole, accompanied by EVA plugs.
Details are scarce at the moment, so stay tuned for more details when made available.
For a closer look, check out @shawnlee1978‘s posts below.
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The adidas NMD silhouette may have had its prime days long behind it, but it looks like the Three Stripes is giving the sneaker a new lease of life.
The “Green Marble” colourway, arguably one of the silhouette’s best in recent history, has helped the sneaker regain some traction on the interwebs.
So if you’ve been on the lookout for the pair, it is now available in Singapore via the adidas SG online store.
The shoe is retailing for S$260, with a full size run.
The uppers are decked out, as the name suggests, in a marbling pattern that was made famous on apparels in the 80s.
As with all NMD models, the shoe comes with a full length BOOST midsole in white, matching the EVA plugs in the same colour.
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The on-going partnership between adidas and Pharrell Williams has been a match made in heaven with sneaker heat dropping every couple of months from the duo.
Keeping the alliance alive is the upcoming PW Hu NMD “Homecoming”, which will involve Williams’s N.E.R.D group alongside sneaker boutique Creme.[caption id="attachment_13894" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Image: Creme[/caption]
As with previous pairs, this one shows up with large N.E.R.D branding down the front upper on a shoe that takes on white, blue, red and neon green as its colour palette.
N.E.R.D’s brain logo, designed by street artist Shepard Fairey, can also be found on the heel of the shoe.[caption id="attachment_13895" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Image: Creme[/caption]
The reveal was made on Creme’s Instagram account a couple of hours ago, suggesting that the drop may be a Creme exclusive.
For more details on the drop, stay tuned and watch this space.
It may have been awhile since we’ve last heard of the NMD R1 STLT, but by next month, two new additions to the family will arrive.
That’s right, two new women’s exclusive colourways will be dropping in June as part of the “Clear Orange” sneaker pack.
Both pairs serve as exact opposites to one another, with both utilising the same colours in different ways.
The first pair has a Clear Orange upper with a heel tab in Running White, while the second pair alternates the colours between the two areas.
The two pairs are expected to drop on June 1.
Determined not to rest on its laurels, adidas Originals are preparing to launch a brand new BOOST-equipped sneaker silhouette for the masses.
adidas is calling it the P.O.D.-S3.1 and takes design cues from the popular NMD and UltraBOOST range, particularly in its sharp, back-heavy aesthetic.
Unlike the two silhouettes, however, the P.O.D. won’t feature a full-length BOOST midsole, opting for sculpted BOOST heel instead with foam tooling making up the front half of the sole.
The new sneaker is set to arrive in four colourways at launch, including one in Triple White. No official release date has been announced yet, but rumours are pointing towards a mid-year drop date for the summer.
Stay tuned for more details. For a closer look at the four colourways, check them out below.
As a follow-up to the “Holi Pack” earlier this month, Pharrell Williams and adidas will be launching three new NMD Hu colourways this August.
Dubbed the “Afro Pack” inspired by African aesthetics, the pack will consist of a “Core Black/Red”, a “Hi-Res Aqua” and a “Light Pink/Bright Blue” edition.
The update came courtesy of reliable insider source Yeezy Mafia, which confirmed the 18 August 2018 release date.
Of course, the news has not yet been confirmed by adidas, so this may still be subject to change as the months go by.
For a closer look, check out Yeezy Mafia’s Instagram post below.
Bright colours may be the in-trend right now with sneakers but Triple Black will always be a popular choice amongst sneaker lovers.
The latest adidas silhouette to take on the popular colourway is the NMD R1 STLT, a recent spin-off of the popular NMD R1 model.
As the name suggests, the pair will come dressed in black including a fully coloured-on BOOST midsole.
No official details have been released just yet, but according to sources, the pair is expected to drop globally on March 31.
The hype over the NMD silhouette may have dwindled over the last year or so, but demand for the model is still high amongst casual wearers. With the debut for the Triple Black colourway for the STLT, we’re expecting this one to be a sure bet.
Following the release of 10 new NMD colourways last week, adidas is back with its latest NMD drop, this time in the form of a glitch-themed pack.
Featuring Primeknit uppers weaved in “glitch” patterns, the pack is exclusive to Limited Edt in Singapore and will be available for purchase from Thursday, March 15.
Exclusive only to Limited Edt stores, feast your eyes on this latest NMD “glitch” collection that is coming to our stores this week! Priced at $280 each, the collection would be available at selected Limited Edt stores islandwide from Thursday, 15th March 2018! #adidas #nmd #primeknit #boost #limitededt #sneakerhead
The collection will include models in both the NMD_R1 silhouette and the NMD CS2, with each pair priced at S$280.
The pairs will be available from the following outlets:
- LE Underground, 313 Somerset (R1 only)
- LE Vault, 313 Somerset (CS2 only)
- LE Hall of Fame, Vivocity (CS2 only)
- LE Queensway (CS2 only)
- LE Chamber, MBS (Both R1 and CS2)
For a closer look at the collection, check the pairs out below.
Love them or hate them, the adidas NMD isn’t going away anytime soon. In fact, adidas has just released a string of new colourways and they are now available in Singapore via Limited Edt.
The ten new colourways that just dropped includes both the NMD R1 and NMD R2 silhouettes, including several women’s exclusives.
This marks the first massive NMD drop in awhile, with adidas pushing newer silhouettes such as the Prophere in recent months.
The latest drop will be available at both LE Underground (313 Somerset) and LE Vault (313 Somerset) from today, with a retail price of S$200.
For a closer look, check them all out below.