December 24, 2009 BY Aaron Hope
When Kevin Garnett entered the NBA back in 1995, he signaled a changing of the guard. Gone were the big plodding centers that dominated the paint in the ’80s, replaced by versatile bigmen that can do it all. Enter the adidas Equation, a multi-talented shoe after KG’s own game.
It’s a vulc-soled ‘basketball’ looking sneaker that makes its ‘lifestyle’ intentions clear at the pop of a collar. That’s right, the shoe is ‘convertable’, and you can easily remove the upper portion of the ankle collar to get a totally different look. These drop next year, and in the mean time you can enjoy detailed shots of colourways for Dwight Howard and Derrick Rose, too, after the jump.