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The adidas ZX 10.000C Is Back In A Two-Toned Yellow Package

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Launched February 2019, the adidas ZX 10.000C has enjoyed far fewer releases than its ZX 8000 and ZX Torsion counterparts. Yet, its latest “Yellow Tint/High Res Yellow/Easy Yellow” colorway makes a case for more attention from both The Three Stripes Brand and consumers.

While not quite as bright and bold as the “Semi Frozen Yellow” Yeezy 350, the palette on the ZX 10.000C screams “high-visibility.” Various shades of yellow cover the mixed mesh and suede upper, with the most vibrant tones appearing on the toe box, midfoot and heel. Furthermore, reflective strips at the forefoot, profile 3-Stripes and collar ensure that any “dull” area on this heritage model is instantly animated when flashed by light. Flashy and muted branding throughout keep their standard form, but insole graphics deviate from the norm entirely as they depict schematic measurements. Down below, EVA midsoles infused with the ZX line’s signature Torsion system re-establish normalcy in the top-half’s faint yellow arrangement.

No stateside release information is yet known for this ZX 10.000C, but pairs are starting to hit adidas.com overseas. For a closer look at these shoes, continue ahead.

Elsewhere under the adidas umbrella, the polarizing Yeezy Clog has recently surfaced in vibrant orange.

adidas ZX 10.000C
Color: Yellow Tint/High Res Yellow/Easy Yellow
Style Code: FV3323

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