By the time the 1990s rolled around, Adidas was firmly entrenched as a global, athletic superpower. The trefoil logo and three stripes could be found on everything from leisure shoes with fruit scented laces to specality shoes for lawn bowling, and every activity in between. When Adidas initially launched the Equipment range, it was meant to be a distinct line of products, devoted to the kind of cutting edge, high performance technology that made the brand famous to begin with.
Although the Equipment series, first and foremost, valued function, its shoes have always had a dedicated following among certain sneaker enthusiasts, especially fans of tech runners. With the demand for shoes that are technologically and stylistically forward looking at an all-time high, the time has never been riper for the classic Equipment models to break through to a mass audience.
To that end, Adidas outfits the upper of the Equipment Support 93 with the boost cushioning system that is currently taking the sneaker world by storm. This streamlined version of a tech running classic segues a twenty-three year old design into ultra modern aesthetics, and demonstrates just how far ahead of the curve Adidas can be.
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