A creative concept predominately, and almost exclusively, utilized in the fashion realm up until recently, color blocking has trickled about to other grandiose genres – sneakers included. Sure, kicks has always been seen in a wealth of tones and uniquely split through individual silhouettes. But it wasn’t until the past few years where the implementation take on maneuvering reminiscent of color blocking.
The adidas Equipment Running Support ’93 “Color Blocking” examples the difference to perfection. Paneled in blue, neon, red and white, the retro trainer boast sleek synthetic construction atop a black rubber outsole for traction and diamond-shaped perforations at the toe for breathability.
The adidas Equipment Running Support ’93 “Color Blocking” is available now at select retailers.