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adidas PrimeKnit

July 24, 2012 BY / 11

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Earlier today, Sneaker News dropped the release information for the first wide release of Nike Flyknit – Nike’s new revolutionary technology that caused a major buzz since its debut back in February. It appears that adidas is following suit while staying true to its slogan of ‘Light done Right’, using a similar concept of one-piece knit uppers. But adidas has always had a hand in lightweight running for years, and clearly the all-new adidas adiZero PrimeKnit pushes the boundaries of its own traditions by moving forward with a one-piece digitally-knit upper construction, similar to what Nike did with the Flyknit. The adidas PrimeKnit in the red/white colorway will launch exclusively at the adidas retail space on 10 Newburgh Street, and is limited to 2,012 units. A detailed gallery of the PrimeKnit is just below, so take a look and fill us in with your take on adidas’ latest unveiling.

 

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