The adidas NMD R1 Primeknit Japan Triple Black was officially featured last month and the release date for the pair is revealed to be next week.Dressed in a full Core Black color scheme.This is going to be a big one! We’ve seen some huge hype around practically all colourways for this model, but could these be the biggest?Early photos of the “Triple Black” Adidas NMD R1 were leaked with a Japanese theme that translated to “the brand with the Three Stripes,” however recent photos of the Triple Black NMDs suggest they will be without this Japanese theme. The adidas NMD R1 Japan Boost Black was originally seen as a Triple Black edition but adidas have since confirmed the colourway as well as the date.If you thought adidas NMD madness was already out of control, things are about to get more serious than ever thanks to this upcoming colorway in all black.Adidas has been on a role with the NMD model, as they seem to sell out fast every release no matter how many different colorways they make.Its fair to say that these are going to sell out immediately!Dressed in full core black, the stylish runner is made of primeknit with matching three stripes on the sides.
This adidas NMD is essentially treated in a tonal black finish across its breathable knitted upper. The pair sit on top of a full length black sole which contains Japanese lettering which is the first time we’ve seen it applied to this model. Now a “Triple Black” Adidas NMD is rumored to be releasing as well. If that wasn’t enough for you, the upper is crafted from Primeknit, also in black.After just yesterday getting a look at adidas’s forthcoming all-black iteration of the NMD_R1 Primeknit, today we can confirm the release date for a slightly similar, predominantly black pair, the “Japan Boost.”Take one look at this all-black NMD with just a touch of white accents and you’ll know that they’re about ready to cause more hype for the sneaker than ever, and sure to sell out instantly when they drop. Other details include tonal Boost midsole with EVA inserts and the striking Japanese branding on the front portion of the midsole to complete its all-black look altogether.
This adidas NMD R1 features a full Primeknit upper with matching Three Stripes on the sides. This pair of NMD differ from all the previous colourways for one major reason.The all-new, all-black Adidas Boost NMD Runner is rumored to arrive in stores later this month. Tonal taped seams are applied across the component and on the sides to symbolize the brand’s distinctive three-stripe motif, while a sock-like ribbed collar offers a comfortable and secure fit. Adidas finally introduces an all-black NMD Runner.After some confusion, we now know that the NMD_R1 Primeknit “Japan Boost” will be arriving on June 10. This will be the first time Adidas has introduced a “Black Boost” as opposed to their typical white colorway. Other details include a full-length Boost midsole and EVA insert overlays, along with Japanese branding on the midsole completed the sleek design.Some small white touches are present around the ankle and also on the front EVA midsole plug as Japanese writing. Black laces and a second black EVA plug complete the look of this amazing silhouette.
If you want to get your hands on the adidas NMD Japan Boost Black R1 aka the Dgh Solid Grey, you’re going to have to wait until 10th June.All adhered atop a clean, white boost midsole unit with the signature EVA inserts, alongside Japanese lettering.The lightweight low-tops feature a breathable woven upper with a contrasting white midsole underneath. The Adidas Boost NMD Runner will sport not only a black boost sole but an all-black upper with white accents on the pull tab, giving it a much sought-after look.adidas finally found a way to color the Boost foam, which should only increase the popularity of the world’s currently most popular cushioning platform. The front plug on the midsole in turn features offsetting Japanese scripture, while tonal laces accompany the pair. You can find all the retailers stocking this shoe over to the right. As always, we’ll updates you with any news and release reminders for this pair on our social media pages.