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  • While currently busy with the Superstar‘s 50th Anniversary, among other projects, adidas has continued to carve out time for its performance-oriented silhouettes. And though there’s never a shortage of the Ultra Boost for running, the brand’s non-signature basketball sneaker line has ostensibly been demanding more attention. Among it, the adidas streetball schuhe kaufen has recently surfaced in an arrangement that suggests things will only go upward from here.

    Oozing in technical allure — backed by Pertex, GORE-TEX, and every enduring material in between — Japan’s White Mountaineering continues to foster its relationship with the Three Stripes, teasing a newfound release with each runway show. While prior, the imprint has given bulky, hiking-ready sneakers their own time to shine, they’re now starting to tone things down in terms of form with the recently revived adidas day jogger shoes silhouette.

    If you have been following adidas for the last decade or so, you know that the Three Stripes has a veritable penchant for calling upon its past in order to help shape its future. We have seen this countless times with its EQT series, its Never Made collection, its trendy Yung-1 and Yung-96 models, and now the German sportswear brand is doing it once more with the introduction of the adidas deerupt runner herren, a sequel to last year’s netting-equipped runner.

    Already harkening back to the sleek Ultra Tech by way of that aforementioned netting, the S kicks its inspiration up a notch with the addition of a mudguard borrowed directly from the silhouette predominantly featured in the esteemed adidas Dragon Ball Z collection. While the similarities between the two designs are readily apparent, the take a look still provides its own signature aesthetic with a new-look ankle collar, and unconventional lacing system held together by a leather loop, and its categorical data still boldly printed on its medial side.