The adidas Response CL Comes Draped In “Night Indigo”

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Inspired by the brand’s trail running archives infused with a rugged aesthetic, the adidas Response CL has explored a number of inline efforts removed from the silhouette’s collaborative efforts alongside Bad Bunny. Recently, the overtly layered ensemble executed a tonal navy ensemble that blends effortlessly with the summer nights.

While a number of cream-based components provide an illuminated touch at the suede heel counter, jersey-knit inner lining and cushioning system underfoot, the upcoming proposition anchors its upper in pitch-dark indigo hues. While a “Night Indigo” stretches across the mesh base layer, the surrounding leather and nubuck overlays achieve a lighter “Tech Indigo” finish. Elsewhere, the pair’s TPU 3-Stripes and tongue logos ascertain a seldom inclusion of white that allows for the branded embellishments to shine amidst a gloomy backdrop.

Enjoy a detailed look at the adidas Response CL “Night Indigo” below while we await further release details.

In other news, the Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog “Niagara” is scheduled to release on July 20th.


adidas Response CL

SKU: IG3378

US 2024

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