The adidas NMD S1 Prepares A Stealthy Triple Black Look

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Debuted at the peak of last summer, adidas latest addition to the NMD lineup hasn’t received the same level of resurgence as the competition’s own archival solutions – namely the Nike Dunk. However, the Pharrell Williams-influenced design readily maintains a sizable inline collection, such as this “Core Black” effort.

Executing a color blocking that’s ideal for your everyday aughts, the NMD S1 reserves a dominant amount of real estate for a uniform jet-black composition – save the dark grey detailing stitched into the heel and absorbed within the marbled sole unit. Everything from the knit sock-like upper to the BOOST midsole’s plugs is cured in pitch-dark ambiguity, composing the oval laces and TPU 3-Stripes in color-matched appearances.

The adidas NMD S1 “Core Black” is scheduled to release this Friday, September 15th, for a retail price of $200. In the meantime, the pair can be seen in detailed imagery below alongside our accompanying store list.

In other news, the Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” recently surfaced in first-look imagery.


adidas NMD S1

SKU: IG5537
RELEASE DATE: Sep 15, 2023

US 09/15/2023 Friday

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