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adidas Superbeast White/Blue-Grey

adidas Superbeast

Following the adidas Superbeast Black/Blue we showed you yesterday, we now have detailed photos of yet another colorway of this Dwight Howard signature model. Howard will more than likely wear this particular sneaker in the Orlando Magic’s ‘Home’ games considering its predominately white colored base. In addition to the mainly white upper, this Superbeast owns grey Sprintskin side panels that are overlayed by a White/Blue, gradient Three Stripes logo. Additional, blue details appear in the form of the heel tab and the Dwight Howard image on the tongue. Performance attributes also include adidas’ Torsion System and the Alive cushioning system. View detailed photos below.

adidas Superbeast

adidas Superbeast White/Blue-Grey

adidas Superbeast

adidas Superbeast White/Blue-Grey

adidas Superbeast

adidas Superbeast White/Blue-Grey

adidas Superbeast

adidas Superbeast White/Blue-Grey

adidas Superbeast

adidas Superbeast White/Blue-Grey

adidas Superbeast

adidas Superbeast Black/Blue & White/Blue-Grey

Source: US10

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    wow…i’m getting these as soon as they drop. Please provide release info at your earliest convenience. They look better than i remembered. I seen these a while back on another site and never forgot about em’

  2. Anonymous says:

    wow. this is getting me a little more excited about adidas again.

  3. the mane says:

    that black inner bootie crap killed the design. i know a red pair would be beastly 4real

  4. Chase says:

    Now THAT’S a dope looking ball shoe. Great work Adidas!

  5. MD says:

    All that plastic adds weight and decreases flexibility. Bad application of the adidas brand mark and an overall doey silhouette make this more of the same from adidas. Outsole looks essentiall undesigned. Yet another blutcher toe construction toe down. Don’t be fooled by a few plastic bits.

    1. blizzy says:

      lol ironically that plastic you’re talking about is called flexskin

  6. MD says:

    All that plastic adds weight and decreases flexibility. Bad application of the adidas brand mark and an overall doey silhouette make this more of the same from adidas. Outsole looks essentiall undesigned. Yet another blutcher toe construction toe down. Don’t be fooled by a few plastic bits.

  7. Guest says:

    nice shoes, very nice

  8. RAY says:

    Finally!!! Adidas gets their touch back!!