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The Controversial adidas adiFOM Q Appears With A Grey Inner-Bootie

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There’s no denying that the adidas adiFOM Q bears resemblance to the Yeezy Foam Runner, but the Three Stripes’ solo effort is on a mission to gain its own identity. Recently, the silhouette emerged in a clean “Footwear White” and “Grey One” colorway.

The newer model, which serves as an update to 2001’s adidas Quake design, features a foam-based outer construction laden with perforations and contour lines. Its “colorless” arrangement delivers a clean aesthetic akin to the aforementioned Yeezys’ original “Ararat” style. Yet, the adiFOM Q is closer to a traditional shoe than Ye’s offering, and the dozens of other EVA foam-based silhouettes on the market, than to a clog: shoe laces and a removable inner-bootie provide familiar functionality to the sneaker. As has been the case with the silhouette’s first two drops, the latest option boasts a contrasting hue on the sock-like inner component, which can be mixed and matched with other adiFOM Q inserts. The “Grey One” bootie offers a comfortable ride and protection, allowing wearers to worry less about taking the shoes outside.

Enjoy product shots of the pair ahead, courtesy of Up There Store, and anticipate an adidas CONFIRMED app release before 2022 ends.

For more from under the Three Stripes umbrella, check out the Yu-Gi-Oh! x adidas collection.

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adidas adiFOM Q "White/Grey"
Release Date: 2022
Color: Footwear White/Grey One
Mens: N/A Style Code: HP6584

EuropeNov 22nd, 2022 (Tuesday)

North America2022