Adidas ZX Flux 8000 Weave OG

 

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The whole ‘Flux’ technology from Adidas has been the talk of the town for a good while now, and it definitely doesn’t seem like it’s going to die down anytime soon, especially with all the excellent upcoming make ups. It’s been pretty ground breaking, much like the hyperfuse from Nike, but Adidas seem to be going that one step further, and it’s paying off big time.

Now don’t get me wrong, the ZX 8000 itself is one of the best Adidas models out there, but for me, it had almost felt a little bulky on-foot, but now that it has been given the flux treatment, I can’t use that as an excuse.

The ZX Flux 8000 Weave is an identical representation of the original much loved ZX 8000 model that launched back in ’89. That distinctive turquoise blue upper with yellow accents, duped the ‘Aqua’, is a favourite colourway for many Adidas collectors, and trainer aficionados alike. We see this shoe get the Flux treatment, and all the panelling is now woven in using a jacquard technique, which creates a stunning minimalist silhouette, one that we really cannot fault!

If you’re yet to pick up a pair of the ZX Flux Weave, then you really are missing out. There’s plenty of great colourways out currently, and even more on the horizon, and all for a fair price in comparison to other shoes out there, so don’t miss out.

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Adidas Torsion Integral S OG – LPU + WOMFT

Amidst the Volcano hype, this week also saw the release of a long awaited classic 90’s running silhouette; the Adidas Torsion Integral S retro in the OG colour way along with two other new colourways.

For me, and like many others, the OG colourway was the pick of the bunch and a must have for anyone not lucky enough to own the original from almost 20 years ago.

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Image taken from Hanon Shop.

It’s been a strong year for Adidas and looks like it’s set to continue in 2014, especially for all the fans of their running models.

Although the toe box is a lot more ‘boxy’ than the OG, it’s still a great shoe and definitely one of the best pairs released by Adidas this year.

In my opinion, the Integrals fit quite snug but long so you may have to go true to size if you have wide feet, otherwise, half size down may be a good starting point!

Available to buy from Hanon Shop and many other retailers now.

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