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Where to buy the adidas EQT Solution in “Grey Two/Signal Coral”



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Plus, we compare them to the Yeezy Wave Runner.

Another day and another adidas sneaker that you need to get your hands on.

What is it? adidas EQT Solution "Grey Two/Signal Coral/Yellow Tint"

Release date: 17 February. Keep in mind that this is a US release date, so it doesn't reflect the same release details for other countries.

Price: Approximately US$117

Where to shop: Like most core adidas styles, you'll be able to shop directly from adidas online. You can also check out exclusive sneaker sites and re-sell sites like StockX.

Comparing them to the Yeezy Wave Runner

While we are obsessed with the shoe, we can't help but notice the obvious similarities to the popular Yeezy Boost 700 Wave Runner. That shoe released back in 2018, but it's not a game of who copied who. The two sneakers are bulky in size and wavy in style.

There also happens to be a similar colour theme going on. We're loving the orange hued accents and pops of neon yellow – and they clearly resemble the Yeezy Wave Runner.

On the other hand, the unique splashes of green really help to contrast against the light grey upper.

In true adidas fashion, we're spotting subtle Three Stripes branding on the tongue and on the midsole near the toe.

The chunky silhouette combined with the raised midsole means that these sneakers will definitely make a statement on your feet.

For more, you can check out our dedicated adidas hub. It's where you can find all the latest sneaker news, the best deals and a comprehensive list of release dates.


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Keen to see more of the latest sneaker drops? You're in luck because here at Finder, we cover them all. At the moment, we are obsessing over the new Adapt BB 2.0 kicks and the statement Nike Dunk Low in "Syracuse". You also need to see the new Supreme SS20 collection.

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