adidas drops two new Microbounce T1 kicks: Release details here
This is your first official look at the new colours available in the Microbounce T1 kicks.
Your favourite sneaker brand is back and better than ever!
There's a new range of colours in the popular Microbounce T1 silhouette and this is what you need to know. The oversized shoe arrives in two new colourways – a popular, minimalist black and a vivid yellow.
Release date: 6 March. Keep in mind that this is a US release date, so it could take a few weeks for these kicks to reach Aussie stores.
Where to shop: adidas will be the most obvious place to shop.
Why are we so obsessed with these kicks? It's essentially an elevated running shoe.
The shape has definitely got some weight to it, but it's not chunky by any means. It features mesh panels for breathability, and reflective accents for visibility.
To make it different to your regular running shoe, adidas has incorporated suede accents, giving it a lovely premium touch.
The patent leather panelling, coupled with the textured rubber outsole makes for a sneaker heavily inspired by the early 2000s.
We are also obsessing over the tonal yellow colourway; it's not just one colour all over, but rather a number of different hues.
Colour not your thing? adidas has got you covered. There's also a black and cream version, although it does feature pops of colour on the outsole, in shades of bubblegum pink, blue and mint.
For more, you can check out our dedicated adidas hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a comprehensive list of release dates.
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