Adidas Nizza Shoes
Now we turn our attention to another interesting offering from the line, the Men's/Women's Adidas Nizza.  The eccentric designer has created some worldly new looks for the  simple canvas Nizza silhouette. There will be two different versions,  both conveying a sense of global culture. One pair features a blue upper  covered by a map grid and stylized globe graphics with each continent  represented by a different accent color. The other Jeremy Scott Nizza  sports a colorful African Kenta cloth print that is balanced by some  solid black touches on the midsole, toe cap and additional accents.

The low-top silhouette sports Grey Two canvas uppers that are  complemented by Orbit Violet side stripes and branding on the tongue  label. Adidas Nizza Shoes  As part of adidas’s sustainability goals, 20% of the content used to  construct the uppers are made with minimum 50% recycled materials. Near  the collar of the lateral side, two patches are stitched on. These  elements use a refreshing palette of pastels to create graffiti and  embroidery-inspired graphics. A white Vulcanized rubber sole unit  provides additional traction while completing the artsy style.

adidas Consortium and Alife come together to release a special iteration of the Adidas Nizza Outlet.  Although the Alife x adidas Nizza Hi Artist Proof is a reimagined  version of the model and Alife brings their own character to the shoe,  it still manages to maintain the qualities from the model that made it’s  debut in 1975. The Alife x adidas Nizza Hi Artist Proof comes dressed  in a White upper and is then contrasted by the Black glossy rubberized  Alife logo noted on the lateral side of the shoe.

The Adidas Nizza Online  hadn’t been too prominent across the summer months, but here’s another  pair that keeps this classic basketball hightop in the conversation for  fall.  They’re done up as the black counterpart to a brown edition we  showed you a short while ago, but whereas that pair’s pebbled leather  fit both football and basketball textures, this black makeup isn’t a  direct connect with the sport for which this shoe was created.

Given how often Nike Sportswear utilizes the Blazer silhouette, it’s a  wonder adidas Originals doesn’t put more numbers into production on the Adidas Nizza Sale.   As we see here on the latest adidas Nizza hightop, this is one of  those classic basketball shoes that can be rendered in a huge variety of  themes, materials and colors.  It’s done today with a pebble texture  brown leather reminiscent of the game for which the Nizza was created,  or perhaps with the tone of brown and an NFL kickoff right around the  corner, a bit of pigskin.

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