adidas has been on their game this year with the introduction of their Boost cushioning as well as signing NBA rookie Andrew Wiggins to their brand. Jeremy Lin has also signed with adidas and lately, he and other NBA athletes have been rocking this popular model, the adidas ZX Flux. The adidas ZX Flux is a classical remake of the original 1980 ZX series. adidas wanted to make the ZX Flux a model in which they could use any material and adapt it to the upper of the sneaker, regardless of the print or pattern. Many have embraced the ZX Flux with open arms as it has quickly become a popular model in the sneaker world today.
This “Monochrome Prism” was sent over once again by Champs Sports. In this episode, I mention my thoughts on the sneaker and the details that went into the design. At first, I wasn’t expecting much in the comfort category, but the flexible upper and stable platform gave these a very steady ride. It doesn’t have the plush feel, but it also doesn’t feel uncomfortable at the same time. I really dig the heel counter and the outsole and midsole detailing that adidas put into the sneaker. The greyscale upper makes it match with a contrasting white upper for a clean fresh look.
Check out the video above and detailed photos below for a closer peak at the adidas ZX Flux model.
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