After reintroducing its Microbounce T1 earlier in the year, adidas is preparing the largest re-release for the classic '00s runner yet. Four vivid colorways — "Ice Mint," "True Pink," "Clear Blue" and "Cream White" — are set to release, each using a two-tone colorblocking scheme reminiscent of Raf Simons' famed Ozweego collaborations.
All four uppers are made of a molded, textured black mesh, complete with tonal Three Stripe graphics, wave patterns, nubuck overlays and silver Bounce branding on the tongue. Down below is where the vibrant detailing kicks in: each pair uses its namesake hue for high-gloss mudguards, springy full-foot Bounce cushioning setups, and sturdy EVA rubber outsoles.
"Ice Mint" uses a crisp light green, "Clear Blue" proffers a cool powder blue, "True Pink" equips a time-honored bubblegum pink hue and "Cream White" calls upon a luxurious off-white tone. In a clever twist, all four of these secondary shades were initially presented together on March's Microbounce T1 "Workshop."
This fearsome foursome of throwback adidas Running sneakers is available now at international Trefoil stockists like atmos, with each pair retailing at a standard $160 USD price point.
For more from the Three Stripes, take a look at the lifestyle-geared UltraBOOST S&L in an elegant "Light Granite" makeup.
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