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The adidas adizero Afterburner 3 Dipped Collection

Postby Coses1965 » 27 Jun 2017, 13:38

adidas running shoes is proud to unveil their adidas adizero Afterburner 3 “Dipped” collection. Weighing in at just 9.3 ounces, the adizero Afterburner 3 will be releasing in a total of 15 different tonal colorways fro you to choose from. The baseball cleat is said to be made for baseball’s fastest 5-tool players. It features a anodized Sprintskin upper, a full-length Litestrike EVA as well as a Protrax cleat configuration below.


Pictured above is the adidas running shoes in one of the latest colorways which sees the high top basketball silhouette covered in a Heather Grey all throughout the Primeknit upper. The laces and translucent sole have also been done in light grey with some of the only contrast coming with the dark grey on the three stripes branding by the ankle.


In celebration of Mother’s Day, a limited edition adidas running shoes cleats has been created for its athletes only.Defining by a vivid custom floral design across the entire upper, the model is supplemented atop a full-length LITESTRIKE EVA midsole for increased cushioning and comfort. Additionally, the cleats feature a silver electroplated plate with PROTRAX cleat configuration to provide dynamic acceleration and traction.


The adidas running shoes is still in the middle of a moment and it seems that nothing can break its stride. For this release, the model strips down to the bare essentials. and the beauty of that minimalism is jarring.The pair gets a one piece build that strips away a bit of the lining as well reducing it to its simplest form. It’s raw leather build even loses the laces and replaces them with velcro straps, while the heel tab and tongue are given lasered accents.
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