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RANSOM x adidas Originals Military Trail “Clear Grey”

January 13, 2013 BY / 2

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While not quite as prolific as its peak a few years back, the partnership between adidas Originals and Vancouver’s Ransom Holding Co. continues with new releases at a steady if diminished pace.  The latest is a new colorway from a 2012 debut, as the Ransom x adidas Originals Military Trail readies a Clear Grey makeup.  The second grey rendition in three releases for this ZX-soled trail shoe, these joints opt for black accents and tonal laces instead of last year’s blue/ticked affair.  The result is an even more versatile design that can be a staple of your winter wardrobe now that they’re available at retailers like End.


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