The NMDs, adidas Originals’ newest sensation, hit the market in a major way this season, particularly with its latest drop from last week. As expected, the drop sold out in the blink of an eye, as demand for the sneaker has reached an all-time high. Included in that drop was the “Monochrome” pack, which was undoubtedly the highlight of the chaotic release. Though fans of the shoe might have felt a certain way for not being able to get their hands on the coveted sneaker, they certainly have a reason to smile now, as the Three Stripes Gods have blessed them with another chance to purchase a monochromatic theme of the sneaker within the next few weeks.Though the newest pack isn’t a carbon copy of the aforementioned NMDs, the newest “Monochrome” pack once again includes “Triple White” and black/clean white variations of the popular shoe. The latest capsule, however, elects to relinquish the original’s Primeknit construction for a more favorable mesh – a design move that is perfect for the warmer days ahead.
Did you miss out on picking up a pair of the adidas NMD models that dropped last week? If you did (like I did), you will have another chance to pick up a pair this weekend as adidas is set to release the adidas NMD Mesh Monochrome Pack.Two mesh-covered NMD models make up the monochrome pack. The first pair comes in an all-white mesh upper complimented by the tonal branding hits and accents. The tonal look of the shoe is completed by adding an all white Boost sole unit. The second pairs comes in an all-black motif contrasted by the white Boost sole unit. Being that they’re constructed out of mesh and not Primeknit, these will only set you back $120. If you’re looking to pick up a pair, make sure you act fast because just like last weeks releases, these are defintiely not going to sit. Release date is March 26th.
Los Angeles residents are invited to see the city through the eyes of these three L.A. natives by hitting up some of their favorite local spots and rewarding 25 fans with an adidas NMD gift pack. Each ambassador will have a day to takeover the @adidasoriginals Twitter leading fans on tour of the city before ultimately landing at the final destination where the prize pack can be found. Complex News was invited to tag along during Nick Young's takeover where he opened up about why he ultimately signed with the three stripes and what it's really like to ball in Yeezys. He also revealed that he's trying to swipe as much Kobe Bryant memorabilia as possible before his final game saying, "I've seen one of his All-Star jerseys get sold [on e-Bay] for $100,000, so if anybody need some shoes, holla at me. They're signed."