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RickyDIconKeep your feet on the ground with this edit of these amazing shoes04:21 21.04.17 

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For the summer of 2015 adidas Originals have rolled out three new colourways of their adidas originals zx flux mens trainers. The range has red/orange, black/white and blue iterations, all with the shoe’s signature tricot toe box and elastic strap to comfort the foot. Put some spring back in your step with this adidas ZX Flux Floral Torsion. Leafy fauna covers the upper and is only broken up by the black Three Stripe branding and the Flux’s signature TPU heel counter. The creation of the mi ZX Flux Photo Print App has opened up endless possibilities for high resolution graphics across the ZX Flux upper, personally chosen by the sneakerheads buying the shoe. It’s clear that the brain trust at adidas Originals still knows how to do it better than most, though, so they’re consistently churning out new designs to their tastes. Here we see three new photo print renditions, all looking like the kind of bright n’ trippy patterns you’d see on the video visuals screen at a rave.

Just as we started to get properly acquainted with the adidas zx flux womens black gold it has gone and switch up its facade once more with the addition of the ZX Flux Premium range. First off the ranks is this concoction of core black and white. Biggest noticeable changes here is the luxurious addition of a complementary suede heel counter, which is a strong addition, but also the removal of the three medial and anterior Three Stripes – which in this case here, also looks extremely fitting. Can we expect a new line of higher standard Fluxs to start hitting shelves? The act of buying flowers for a loved one may be a dying art, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a little floral with your footwear as compensation. Utilising the beautiful ‘Bird of Paradise’ flower, this variation of the NPS perches atop a blue base, leaving an assortment of the blossoming flower to add the visual punch. White midsoles cap off the whole look perfectly.

adidas Originals continues to work with Japanese retailer mita sneakers on great vintage versions of some of the most iconic lifestyle sneakers in the German brand’s range. For Holiday 2012 the two have planned a last minute pre-Christmas drop.The latest collaboration includes three sneakers – the Campus 80s, the adidas originals superstar 80s womens trainers and the Tobacco. All three comes in classic color-ups, featuring numerous vintage effects on the upper and soles.Today we can unveil to you the latest collaboration between adidas Originals and XLARGE. For Summer 2013 the two brands worked on a “Giraffe”-themed Superstar 80s sneaker. The brown suede upper gets complimented horsehair applications on the Three Stripes, tongue and heel, featuring a giraffe pattern.

Good ol’ adidas stan smith mens black – his shoe has seen more makeovers than Meg Ryan’s lips yet unlike any Botox-filled faces, these puppies just get better with age. The newest release allows sneaker heads to customise their kicks to their liking adding a fresh Velcro selection of heel tags. Coming in zesty flavours you can deck out your white on whites, or your basic black Smiths to create a whole new get up.It was only a matter of time before the obvious dots were connected and something like this was gonna drop. Starting October 11th, Pharrell Williams and adidas Originals will launch the Stan Smith ‘Tennis Pack’. While the cues are pretty evident – covered completely in tennis ball felt – it’s really the execution that got our attention. Pushing the tennis theme to it’s full extent, the release will consist of three colourways boasting options of highlighter green, white and bright orange, colours that can be found adorning tennis balls around the world.

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