adidas Originals are pulling no punches when it comes to their retro and retro-inspired releases this summer and fall. After dropping silhouettes like the adidas YUNG-1/adidas Falcon and re-invigorating classic silhouettes like the Micropacer and the Boston with adidas NMD R1 midsoles, Three Stripes are now reviving another ’90s classic: the Torsion Dimension Low.
Originally released as a training silhouette, the sneaker features a neoprene bootie for an excellent fit and a plethora of layered panels for an unmistakably retro style. The shoe’s aforementioned bootie and the toe box both arrive in black, while the majority of the overlays are dressed in a white leather. Colorful accents arrive on both the heel and the forefoot, as the former offers a mix of teal and orange, while the latter opts for teal and pink panels. The chunky midsole is dressed in white and black, and the outsole opts for a rich purple to add a final touch to the old-school color palate.
Look for this throwback trainer to arrive on adidas.com and select adidas retailers on September 1st with a retail price of $130 USD. Continue reading “adidas Torsion Dimension Low”