Following the introduction of an all-white pair, the adidas zx 750 grey, which takes its aesthetic inspiration from the popular Yeezy Boost 350, is now introduced in a premium suede offering.
Essentially a more refined and futuristic design, the adidas zx 750 navy low-top model features a grey-colored suede upper alongside the application of an improved molded neoprene heel unit in contrasting black, additional accents is evidenced with a brown pull tabs. The model is finished off with an integrated eyestay lace system and wraparound tongue, as it all rests atop a crisp, white full-length sole unit.
The adidas zx 850 was an interesting take on the previous ZX Flux, adding a diagonal lacing system to the sneaker. The new “X” version of the sneaker now translates the popular lacing system from the YEEZY Boost 350 onto the sneaker, giving it an overall much cleaner and sophisticated look. Seeing the popular design of the YEEZY Boost appear in part on other adidas silhouettes makes complete sense. Essentially the sportswear brand is making the design features more affordable to a wider group of consumers, since the price of the adidas zx 850 black is of course much below the YEEZY Boost.
Regardless, adidas Hoops has given us some of the most experimental basketball models in recent memory. Andrew Wiggin’s adidas Crazy Explosive caught similar flack due to its head-turning high-top construction, but once officially unveiled, the context changed once we got a high res imagery and a better understanding of the technology and thought process put into the model.