Adidas special: The secret answer to your #OOTD


A good pair of shoes is a game-changer when it comes to refining your outfit of the day. And when it comes to changing the game in the sneaker arena, you can trust Adidas to deliver nothing but the best.

Since the brand made a huge bounce back to relevancy with the Boost technology in 2013, Adidas has consistently stepped up its game with fashion-forward original designs. It’s remarkable collaborations with celebrities and other designers (sans Supreme) also continue to boost the shoe giant’s rep.

Now, it’s time to look at the kicks that revolutionize 2016’s #KOTD trend and made Adidas the dominant player in the sneaker turf:

The NMDs

adidas-nmd-triple-black.jpgNMD R1 Triple Black
International shipping weight – 3.5 kg

Adidas finally released its own Black Knight on September and it was welcomed by the sneakerheads with arms wide open. Clad in all black from its Primeknit upper to Boost midsole, NMD R1 Triple Black becomes an instant powerhouse both in style and feel.

nmd-r1-primeknit-adidas.jpgNMD R1 Primeknit
International shipping weight – 3.5 kg

Dubbed as the most popular running shoes to date, this pair features Adidas’ signature Primeknit upper and Boost sole for ultimate comfort whether you’re on a leisure walk or during intense fitness exercises.

kids-adidas-junior-purple-champs-exclusiveNMD R1 Junior Purple Champs Exclusive
International shipping weight – 3.5 kg

YEEZY Boost 350 V2

yeezy-boost-350-v2-stealth-grey-adidas.jpgYEEZY Boost 350 V2 “Beluga” Colorway Steel Grey
International shipping weight – 4.5 kg

Kanye West started to tease his Yeezy Boost fans with the release of 350 V2 in February. The steel gray Beluga finally made its debut in September and will be followed by the Black/White version on November 5th.

The Colorways

adidas-x-pharrell-williams-human-race-red.jpgNMD Human Race
International shipping weight – 3.5 kg

Pharrell Williams’ latest hit comes in 6 pairs of limited edition sneakers with a message for the human race. This addition to the Colorways series debuted with the bright yellow version, followed by five more hues at the end of September. According to Pharrell, the sneakers’ unique design is more than just a fashion statement. Human Race shoes represent diversity and unification of people and culture through art, fashion, music, and colors.

nmd-r1-primeknit-winter-wool-adidas.jpgWinter Wool
International shipping weight – 3.5 kg

It seems like Adidas wants you to wear NMDs no matter what the season is. NMD R1 Winter Wool is a warm gift to sneakerheads who will gladly trade their winter boots with this stylish pair.

The Mastermind

masterind-japan-nmd-xr1-tubular-instinct-adidas-originals.jpgMastermind Japan
International shipping weight – 3.5 kg

Mastermind Japan’s white skull-and-crossbones emblem makes an appearance on one of this year’s highly-anticipated Adidas NMD releases. The predominantly black color scheme and overall design came from Masaaki Homma’s punk-inspired concept.

The future is near!

stan-smith-boost-adidas.jpgStan Smith Boost

Classic never gets old as proven by the iconic Stan Smith, which is about to make a comeback in 2017. The new Stan Smith is expected to arrive sitting on a full-length Boost sole next year.


Adidas keeps on coming back with more and it looks like the shoe giant isn’t going to run out of surprises anytime soon. Add these shoes to your collection and stay on guard for more!