Your first look at the Nike Adapt BB Multicolour sneakers

Posted: 3 October 2019 9:40 am

Nike Adapt BB Multicolour

The popular self-lacing sneaker gets a colourful update with this latest iteration.

The Adapt BB sneakers may just be Nike's most innovative design yet. With unique self-lacing technology that adjusts the fit of the shoe based on tension in the feet, it's no surprise that the basketball silhouette has been insanely popular ever since it was released earlier this year. If you're still yet to get your hands on a pair though, it might be time to do so, with a brand new colourway set to drop soon.

The new Multicolour edition is a fresh take on the black and white design of the original shoe. The woven upper this time arrives in technicolour, with a contrasting white midsole helping to make the design pop. A black and white grid pattern appears on the heel, while rainbow hues outline the iconic Nike Swoosh.

The new sneakers also feature the same electric adaptable reaction lacing (EARL) technology as the first design. The power lacing is designed to work in tandem with players' needs by loosening the shoe when needed to increase blood flow and tightening them again to increase performance.

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To make use of the technology, all you have to do is step in and a custom motor will do the rest. If you do want to adjust the fit yourself though, you can do so through the accompanying Adapt app. If you're really feeling fancy, you can also adjust the colour of the lights on the midsole to customise your design. Groovy.

In terms of charging, the shoes boast a fairly long battery life of 10-14 days and can be charged with a wireless charger.

When and where can you shop them?

So far, we know that the design will be dropping on the SNKRS site as of tomorrow for the usual price of US$350. Unfortunately, the retailer only ships to the US, meaning that you'll only be able to shop them through a parcel-forwarding service like ShopMate.

Given that previous editions of the shoe have dropped on sites like Farfetch that do ship to Australia, it could be worth waiting to see where-else they land before you shop.

For more Nike news and release dates head to our Nike hub.

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