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NMD stands for Nomad, and “nomad” embodies the spirit of the Adidas NMD as the triumphant trainer celebrates its third birthday in December. Modern sneaker culture is all about chunky 1990s throwbacks and designer takes on decades-old designs, so Adidas took a gamble on creating an all-new silhouette to compete with the likes of the Air Max and Air Jordan. Yet, Adidas had a hot hand in 2015: It debuted the UltraBoost—which combined the revolutionary Boost midsole with the company’s Primeknit upper—in January that year, and the Three Stripes bet it’d have another winner if it used the same pairing in a casual shoe. The NMD was born in December 2015 and quickly muscled its way into the lifestyle footwear market—with a handful of inspired iterations, the NMD hasn’t let up.

The original NMD_R1 evokes the UltraBoost, but with EVA-foam inserts (two on the lateral side, one on the medial side) to stabilize the springy Boost midsole. The Primeknit upper is stretchy and breathable, and although it’s a completely new silhouette, the design draws from the brand’s Micro Pacer, Boston Super, and Rising Star models of old. The NMD_R2, released in December 2016, used one big EVA midsole insert on the medial side instead of its predecessor’s three inserts, and the Primeknit stitch pattern was also updated.

The R1 and R2 are the NMD’s main models, but Adidas has also released versions like the CS1 and CS2 with one-piece uppers, and it’s experimented with materials like Gore-Tex and nubuck, too. The NMDs initial sold-out hype has leveled off since the originals were reselling at twice their value, but Adidas shows no signs of dropping the shoe from continual updates, and existing NMD variants regularly sell at 30 to 50 percent off retail. We’ll continuously update this list to reflect the latest, most inspired Adidas NMDs at the best price.

adidas’ NMD R2 silhouette is back after a temporary absence with a color scheme that finds itself dreaming of the 2018-19 NFL season. Crystal White makes up for the majority of this Primeknit-infused selection, while the Trefoil Brand ushers in Dolphins-colored highlights on the heel and laces. Multi-colored rope laces that have been featured as part of Pharrell‘s NMD collaborations replace the usual NMD laces on this particular sneaker. Pairs of this NFL-ready NMD are currently available at select Three Stripes retailers the likes of Sneaker Politics for $130 USD.

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Adidas Originals continues to rework its NMD R1 silhouette, this time around seeing a trio of speckled and tape tweaked Boost-equipped sneakers drop for Spring/Summer 2019.

The “Speckle Pack” sees white, black and red pairs of the soft textile-mesh wrapped NMD R1 pair up with premium touches of suede and contrasting sole plugs that are set off with the all-new speckle print. Suede also appears on the heel and is overlayed with the classic NMD rubberized heel tab and pull tab, which features text that continues to wrap around and define the sleek silhouette.

A tape of multilingual typography has been inserted between the two speckle-adorned sole plugs, and continues to section the shoe into its unique components, outlining the contrasting heel and wrapping across the vamp and down alongside the tonal three stripes.

The adidas NMD R1 “Speckle Pack” is set to release on April 4 at adidas retailers and on adidas.com for $130 USD. For more standout adidas sneakers, check out the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Glow-in-the-Dark” that is expected to drop sometime this Summer.

It is no secret that the adidas NMD has fallen off significantly over the last few years, giving way to more trendy creations the likes of the Yung-1 and the Falcon. While that might be the case, the Three Stripes continues pushing forward with the influential sock-like runner, creating new color schemes and bringing new-look embellishments to the pseudo-icon. For its next act, the NMD R1 calls upon a clean and simple grey outfit, but adds a never-before-seen diagonal pattern to its midsole with stripes that continue to get thicker as the graphic begins to wrap around the model’s heel. Completed by a set of grainy bumpers atop its stark white Boost-laden midsole, Three Stripes enthusiasts can have this new NMD R1 from select adidas houses right now.

A more technical take on original NMD stylings, the adidas NMD TS1 has been relatively quiet over the past few months, but now it’s returned in an eye-catching new colorway complete with signature Japanese detailing. The three-quarter cut upper is constructed of a lightweight and flexible white Primeknit, interspersed with grey patterns that add contrast and textured detailing. Although the base is compelling on its own, the accents really push the design over the edge: red and blue taped overlays embellished with both adidas NMD and Japanese character branding appear on the lateral midfoot. Further pops are then provided by a suede heel piece and a toggle lacing system with a blue holder. The midsole rounds the design off, boasting full-length Boost cushioning with finishing touches provided by factory-style branding on the forefoot brick and thin black diagonal stripes on the heel. This new creation has been popping up at various Foot Locker EU sites over the past few weeks, so stay tuned for further info on a US release, as they’ll surely arrive stateside soon.