Though it has not been wrought in as many editions as, say, the ubiquitous NMD sneaker, adidas Consortium has turned out a variety of sneaker iterations throughout the year. This summer alone has seen a collaboration with Starcrow on a Samba made especially for the Euro Cup and a sleek Made in Germany trainer. For its latest silhouette, adidas Consortium has partnered with footwear retailer Concepts for a sneaker they have titled the EQT Support 93/16.

The number sequence in the shoe’s title is an homage to the original version of the sneaker, first dropped in 1993 and now revamped for the 2016 crowd. The most pronounced difference with the new model is the addition of the adidas Boost sole, a distinctly contemporary touch. The shoe is coming in hot with two separate colorways, a black version with white stripes, and a minty-green sage with rose pink stripes. A few additional design details have been added for some extra spice, with the black colorway featuring reflective silver highlights and the sage version featuring subtle gold accents. Each of these are also available in versions sporting two separate varieties of toe box: either in a perforated edition or a mesh edition.

Stay tuned to Concepts' online store for release information on the adidas Consortium EQT Support 93/16.

In other huge adidas news, the sportswear giant has unveiled the next generation of one of the year's biggest sneakers. Coming soon to stores near you: the NMD_R2 in luscious Primeknit.

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