adidas Originals WMNS Stan Smith Bold – White/Green ($110)

Stan Smiths are on the feet of people of all ages and backgrounds, and this classic colorway is among the most popular. Following the recent release of the white and navy model Bold model, this white and green variation for women features a sole lifted to about 1.5 inches with green hits on the heel and tongue.

Available now at both Packer locations and online at

adidas is hitting from all angles with recent releases, including the reworked EQT line. Three iterations of the EQT have arrived, all with hits of turbo red. The EQT Support 93/17 boasts a stark white Primeknit upper over a full Boost sole with turbo red on the heel cup which winds its way onto the inner panel. Two versions of the EQT Support ADV mix nubuck and knit materials, one which utilizes white and turbo red over an EVA midsole with three stripes integrated, while another focuses on a grey upper with a turbo red support cage. Finally, a Primeknit version of the EQT Support ADV showcases the silhouette in black and white striped knit upper with only a subtle hit of turbo red on the heel tab.

All 4 styles will be available on Thursday, March 23rd in-store at both Packer locations. Also available at midnight EST Wednesday, March 22nd online at

adidas Originals EQT Support 93/17 – White/Turbo Red ($180)

adidas Originals EQT Support ADV PK – Black/White/Turbo Red ($140)

adidas Originals EQT Support ADV – White/Turbo Red ($110)

adidas Originals EQT Support ADV – Grey/Turbo Red ($110)

Titolo x adidas Consortium NMD_XR1 Trail ($180)

adidas Consortium links up with Swiss footwear powerhouse Titolo on a snowscape-themed NMD_XR1. The upper features a loose-gauge Primeknit with perforated leather panels, mirroring the snowcapped mountains that are famous to the region. Other details include an asymmetric nylon overlay on the forefoot, a branded leather heel loop, co-branded insoles, and most importantly the addition of an ice blue Trail outsole.

Available this Saturday, March 25th in-store at both Packer locations. Also available at midnight EST Friday, March 24th online at

An 80s adidas model gets a re-release and arrives in three colorways: grey, dark blue, and burgundy, each with silver stripes and heel logos. The model typifies a retro runner with an upper constructed of mesh and nubuck with synthetic leather lining and an updated Ortholite sock liner. A webbing-wrapped EVA midsole provides the cushioning, while a diamond patterned rubber outsole finishes the look.

All 3 colors are available now online at

adidas Originals New York – Granite/Grey ($100)

adidas Originals New York – Dark Blue/Metallic Silver ($100)

adidas Originals New York – Burgundy/Metallic Silver ($100)

Continuing a well-received Spring collection, adidas Originals and White Mountaineering have collaborated for two more models: the NMD_R2 and the EQT Support Future. Both navy and black colorways are dropping in the the NMD_R2, which is crafted from a Primeknit upper with reflective co-branded stripes running across the forefoot over a Boost sole with white bumpers. For the EQT Support Future, navy panels cover a black Primeknit upper with branded stripes on the outer portion and a suede panel on the inner portion with printed text, all laying atop a full Boost sole with a white outsole.

All 3 styles available now online at

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals EQT Support Future – Black/Navy ($220)

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals NMD_R2 – Navy ($225)

White Mountaineering x adidas Originals NMD_R2 – Black ($225)

It appears that the next big silhouette for adidas is the Iniki, which deftly blends the old and new. Two women’s models dropped, each with uppers crafted from suede and neoprene well suited for spring in purple and cream and green and cream. Boost midsoles add the modern flair, with a classic gum outsole to tie the look together.

Both styles are available now online at

adidas Originals WMNS INIKI Runner – Purple/Cream ($120)

adidas Originals WMNS INIKI Runner – Green/Cream ($120)

adidas Originals INIKI Runner – Grey/White ($120)

After changing the landscape of the sneaker world with the Ultraboost and the NMD, it appears that the INIKI may be poised to follow as the next game-changer for adidas. With a hidden sock and lightweight construction over a Boost midsole, this version is draped in a grey upper in two-way stretch nylon and suede paired with serrated white stripes and a white heel tab.

Available now online at

adidas Basketball Crazy Explosive Low PK – Triple White ($140)

adidas Basketball unveils the Crazy Explosive Low, an update to the Crazy Explosive that makes the shoe an easier wear off the court. Draped in an all-white Primeknit single-piece upper and dynamic lacing locking the foot down. The shoe sits atop a full length Boost unit cradled by a TPU roll cage for controlled comfort.

Available now online at


adidas Originals Stan Smith – White/Camo ($85)

The ubiquitous Stan Smith is a wardrobe staple, and this version has a embossed snakeskin throughout the white leather upper. Camouflage adorns the canvas heel tab for a bit of contrast on this model, which is finished with a crisp white sole.

Available now online at


adidas Consortium delivers three monochrome “Deep Hue” Sambas with an eye towards empowering women. Three sleek versions of the Samba appear in green, deep burgundy, and grey, each with leather strips running vertically for midfoot branding and capped off with a semi-translucent gum sole. The proceeds from these pairs go to Moving The Goalposts, a Kenyan charity that promotes women’s soccer.

All 3 colors will be available tomorrow, March 8th in-store at both Packer locations. Also available tonight at midnight at


adidas Consortium WMNS Samba “Deep Hue” – Green ($150)


adidas Consortium WMNS Samba “Deep Hue” – Grey ($150)


adidas Consortium WMNS Samba “Deep Hue” – Burgundy ($150)