Posts tagged “Monochrome
The adi Pure Boost “Monochrome City Blur” should look familiar to some. It is the greyscaled version of a Pure Boost we wrote about a couple weeks ago, appropriately named the “City Blur.” Sitting atop the uber comfortable white Boost midsole, the “Monochrome City Blur” upper contains an abstract black and white graphic of traffic moving through a city. Black branding and overlays help to calm the busy nature of the graphic while bright red accenting on the outsole and tongue gives the kicks some color.
The pair is available in stores now and online at Footlocker.com for $ 120.
The adidas Originals ZX Flux launches in a new black/white “Monochrome Prism” colorway. The grey-scaled version of the first Flux incorporates many grey, white, and black triangles to cloak the entire upper of the shoe. The previous releases of the ZX Flux have been more colorful and bright, but if you were looking for a more subdued palette—look no further. The pattern is interesting enough to turn heads while not being too loud and over the top.
Hitting stores now. Check out Release Locator for stores.
The newest adidas Originals ZX Flux to hit stores is the black/white “Monochrome Prism” colorway. Effectively, a greyscaled version of the first Flux to hit stores in May, the “Monochrome Prism” incorporates hundreds – if not thousands – of grey, white, and black triangles to cloak the entire upper of the shoe. A white midsole stabilizes the busy body above it. The adidas Originals ZX Flux retails for $ 90 and the “Monochrome Prism” and is now arriving at select stores. Check out the shoe from all angles below and be sure to cop some fresh adidas apparel to hook up with your new kicks.