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The adidas Top Ten 2000 Constructs An Opposing Black/White Outfit

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Initially constructed in the 70s to encompass all types of players and positions, the adidas Top Ten 2000 received a raucous revitalization via the feet’s of Kobe Bryant throughout his tenure under The Three Stripes banner. Having received only a selective amount of restomod’s over the latter few years, the silhouette has since been retooled for modern hoopers including this opposing “Core Black” and “Footwear White” proposition.

Coating a majority of its upper real estate in a premium jet-black nubuck, matching tabs preside above the tongue’s clad black outfit embroidered with white insignias. Further rendering the pitch-dark ensemble throughout its laces, sock liner and elastic midfoot straps, crisp white hues additionally contrast the dominantly shaded upper via its wavy raised leather overlay in tandem with the pairs tread underfoot. “adidas Equipment” and “Feet You Wear” logos provide lasting colorless accents whereas a seldom inclusion of “Silver Metallic” anchors the ankles’ mesh panel in conclusion.

While we sit tight on release date information for the pair, check out official images of the adidas Top Ten 2000 “Core Black” in the meantime below.

For more silhouettes made for the hardwood, initial imagery of the Nike KD 15 “All-Star” has recently surfaced.