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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.

Opting for darker tones, the NMD R1 and the NMD R1 Primeknit are given black and red makeovers that highlight the standout elements on the two models. The NMD R1 goes monochromatic with a full black upper complete with matching EVA Three Stripes midfoot branding and heel counter, while a full-length black BOOST midsole accented by red TPU sole bumpers finishes off the look. The emerging NMD R1 Primeknit-assisted silhouette is dressed in a marbled black and red contrast pattern and features the same full-length black BOOST midsole, however instead with black TPU sole bumpers.

The adidas NMD XR1 Triple Grey is making its rounds to select adidas Originals retailers for the new season. This adidas NMD XR1 comes dressed in a full Grey hue constructed with a mesh upper contrasted with Metallic Silver on the Boost midsole. Other details include a leather branded tongue label and heel counter with the signature canvas pull tab that reads, “Brand With The Three Stripes.

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This week of releases is headlined by the return of the fan-favorite “Bred” Air Jordan IV complete with OG “Nike Air” branding. Other highlights include the first retail release of a particular LeBron III colorway, the latest from Pharrell and Adidas, and more.

Drops start early this week with the “Remix” LeBron 16 hitting select retailers on Tuesday morning. They continue with the “Houston All-Star” LeBron III hitting shelves on Wednesday and two new pairs of the React Element 87 arriving on Thursday. Friday marks the release of two retro-inspired pairs of the NikeCourt Court Lite 2, Nike’s “City Pride” pack themed after the throwback uniforms of three particular MLB franchises, the eye-catching “90s Kid” KD 12, and Billionaire Boys Club x Adidas NMD Hu “Digijack” pack.

Releases conclude on Saturday with the latest collection of designs from Alexander Wang for Adidas and the highly-anticpated launch of the “Bred” Air Jordan IV in true OG form.

adidas has decided to bring back the adidas NMD R1 and they are doing so with new colorways of the silhouette that was once at the top of the adidas food chain. One of the latest pairs that is set to drop soon is seen above which comes covered in black all throughout the textile upper with tonal detailing on the three stripes branding, laces, and heel tab. The only color contrast is seen on the ankle collar which has been done in Shock Pink.

Flip those calendar pages because May is officially here, and that means another four weeks (and some change) stacked with some big-ticket sneaker releases that should get you going. Included in this month of hyped drops is the release of the hotly anticipated Air Jordan 1 SB, the color-changing nod to the crossover between hoops and skate. Also said to hit stores are two items that have stirred so many rumors – the Tom Sachs x Nike Mars Yard Overshoe and the adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2 in the glowing neon yellow. We can’t exclude some solid in-line drops being offered up as well; the Air Force 1 Flyknit is making a return this month, while the debut of the React Presto should keep your feet cozy without requiring a dent in the wallet.