Dear ones, are you waiting for the release of the new adidas ZX 10.000C 'Dash Green'? The ZX models from the adidas family have been inspiring us for a long time, and often the colorway is in the foreground. That's what makes this sneaker so special. Besides the legendary silhouette with its great comfort and retro vibes, you can shine with it. But from when on? That's what we want to know!
Dear community, no more long waiting! The release ist set for July 4, 2020! You can set a release alert by clicking the button below and you will be notified by mail as soon as the sneaker is finally released. There you will also find a list of all retailers. The sneaker will be available for €130 when it is ready.
But before it finally happens, we want to have a closer look at the shoe, because it is worth it!
adidas ZX 10.000C 'Dash Green': The details
Let's have a look at the sneaker in detail! The colors are special here in any case. We get an upper of mainly black mesh with overlays of suede in grey and turquoise. This light turquoise, which is described here as 'Dash Green', we find even more often on the shoe. A little bit more grey and silver and the special look is ready!
The lacing and TPU reinforcement at the heel make the sneaker a comfortable companion. Together with the materials of the upper, this supports a good fit on the foot. The Torsion system in the sole offers comfort and support with every step and in addition a great cushioning.
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We all know the adidas ZX family and its special style! Don't we? It doesn't matter, that's what we are here for ! The adidas ZX models we know today are inspired by their predecessors from the 80s and 90s. Back then as running shoes, today the running retro sneakers are more popular than ever. Why? The retro charm, combined with the modern elements that have been added to the design over the years, combine the best of old and new in this sneaker design.
Characteristic for the models is the Torsion system in the sole in addition to the upper, which is mostly made of mesh and suede. This was first used on a ZX 8000 in 1988, and to this day it is based on the philosophy: "To guarantee the freedom of movement from the back to the forefoot as well as possible and to provide additional support." Today it is supported by the Torsion bar. Here the sole is more or less split in two, so that forefoot and rearfoot are supported independently.