This new take on the Adidas Sneakers 2019 keeps the geometrical mesh overlay from the first release, but adds new stylings that lean more in the direction of a Y-3 sneaker or one of Pharrell‘s adidas NMD Hus. The laces start all the way down by the midsole before wrapping up around the one-piece upper’s tongue, and are secured by a debossed suede overlay. Retro-shaped taping — a nod to the adidas Ultra Tech — appears on the midfoot as well, creating a faux mudguard styling that completes the look.
Adidas Sneakers Black debuted the Deerupt Runner earlier in the year. Since then, the shoe released in a handful of color options including a special Dragon Ball Z edition. Next up for the silhouette is a bright “Hi-Res Yellow” colorway. This adidas Deerupt Runner features a full Yellow mesh upper contrasted with Black detailing and Shock Pink accents. A web-wrapped EVA midsole completes the signature design.
The latest colorway of the new Adidas Sneakers Men that we showcase to you takes on a striking look as the stretchable mesh upper has been covered in a Solar Yellow. The stretch grid webbing is still in play which is what gives the sneaker its signature look. A black stripe has been placed on the side panels along with a grey midsole (which has also been wrapped in that same stretch grid webbing). Finishing things off is a black rubber outsole.
After being rolled out in a duo of simple Adidas Deerupt Core Black/Solar Red color schemes the lifestyle-ready runner is set to touch down in a much more striking Volt kit. While the new model is clearly cut from the same cloth as its predecessor, deviations from the original include an unconventional bunched-together lacing system, a contrasting midfoot stripe – further harkening back to the Ultra Tech – and a higher-cut ankle collar, creating an overall more aesthetically pleasing creation for the Three Stripes loyalists.