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adidas Element Refine JS

July 26th, 2013 by / 3

Nike just found itself in a position where the Free Flyknit and Flyknit Free are two different shoes.  adidas is in a similar spot with this newest drop, which, if its suffix had been a prefix, we’d look to attribute the high-energy look to longtime Three Stripes collaborator Jeremy Scott.  Instead, this is an in-house effort, the adidas Element Refine JS building on the lessons learned in developing Primeknit.  This is adidas’ most efficient shoe to date with 90% material usage, all of which combines for a featherweight, highly breathable experience.  Stick with Sneaker News for updates on this fall release and let us know whose computer knit creations you like best so far.


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another shoe that looks like the roshe. thats what sucks about being second or third  with a design, everyone thinks you copied it but sometimes you were first you just didnt get it out first. not the case here tho i think

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