Sneaker News brings out the Adidas NMD Grey-Red-White. The name sounds simple enough, but the shoes that come with it is definitely something to remember. Don’t worry though – Adidas didn’t decided to do anything flamboyant with this model, instead choosing use the muted color grey to cover most of the kicks. Compared to other Adidas NMD, the mesh build makes this silhouette more affordable and definitely more distinctive. Following tradition however, Adidas maintain the white boost midsole and adds a red hue midsole plug and shank to complete the look.
With the white and grey muted color, the addition of the red hue certainly draws the eye and makes this Adidas NMD colorway more appealing. The combination of the colors suggests a classic in the making, topped with the favored silhouette that is meant to be worn in practically all types of situation. From the casual to the posh, these are the kind of shoes you can easily match with other outfits thanks to the complementary color of grey with practically all other shades in the color wheel.
With thin soles just enough to give you that added support during use, the Adidas NMD looks to be wonderfully comfortable. The tongue and laces are kept grey with the undeniable Adidas logo placed on the center of the tongue. The mesh material carries texture all by itself but Adidas decided to add more dimension with clean white stitches across the trim of the front. Clean black rubber-like lines are displayed on the sides, further adding contrast to overall grey body.
As expected, the heels also sport the Adidas logo through rubber. This helps the logo stand out from the background and the draw the attention of the eye in its simplicity. Flip the shoes on its back and you will find a fairly basic pattern of grey, white, and reds with strategic bumps means to provide sufficient grip on floors.
This is just one of the few Adidas release dates 2016 so if you do not like the Adidas NMD of red, white, and grey – you can wait and find out what others colorways are in store this year. Unfortunately, no release date has been reported by the media yet so you’ll just have to wait if you want this pair. There’s also zero information about the price, but we’re guessing that it’s not far from the typical price of the Adidas NMD silhouette, perhaps lower because of the mesh material.