"The multi-talented adidas chaussures is approaching the Fall season with strong intentions of growing his collaborative line with the Three Stripes. Big releases from the two parties have already been confirmed recently including that of the return of the original adidas NMD Hu as well as a monochromatic assortment of Primeknit Superstars, and now the Virginia-born creative is readying more variations of his latest proposition to the basketball market — the adidas PW 0-60 Hu.
Since the start of the Fall 2020 season, click here has let reveal a number of upcoming adidas projects, the artist now effectively hitting restart on the Human Race series as a whole. As such, we’re soon to see the NMD Hu back with its BOOST sole, and just further down the road, the collaborative duo will also be retracing their steps even further to help usher in the return of the Primeknit-dressed Superstar.
Though five pairs are pictured below, the range is confirmed to encompass a sixth, one that is likely to bear a set of colors equally vibrant to its counterparts. All, while distinct in their choice of hue, share the same construction and logo placements, the most significant being the shoepostale.com embroidery that embellishes the heel tab in contrast thread. Elsewhere, the breathable knit fabrication runs throughout the entire upper, replacing not only the profile and counter but also the signature shell toe as well. Thick weaves, though, proffer the same look as the original, while colorways of yellow, purple, brown, beige, and green filter everything through Pharrell’s brand of design.
The visit here, the official name given to old models in the comfortable runner line, has recently emerged in a plethora of colorful accents atop a “Core Black” Primeknit base. As gathered from the isotopic layers at the forefoot, the pair pictured here is colloquially known as the 2.0 version of the silhouette. “Glory Mint” takes over much of the toe box, while a rich shade of blue and cream complement it around the toe and up the tongue. Laces indulge in the tan tone, while branded heel structures boast the “Royal” like hue. While predominantly clad in “Core Black”, the knit upper also indulges in a couple of notable details: “Cloud White” dots from midfoot to forefoot and a gradient collar and inner lining. Underfoot, Boost cushioning maintains its most popular color scheme intact, just as the Continental rubber outsole does. The latter, however, is accompanied by a tan and blue Torsion System tooling."