Japanese artisan shoe brand Hender Scheme have created a luxe rework of the adidas Micro Pacer, paying homage to its 30th anniversary. The original adidas kicks took the high-tech sneaker to another level, embedding a microcomputer into the tongue and a sensor in the toe to calculate distance, average pace and even calorie burn. The right sneaker even featured a small pocket on the tongue for your keys. Hender Scheme have used a premium combination of goat and cow leather in beige to reconstruct the silhouette. Its release is expected mid-February and you can contact OVERRIVER for more information.

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