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[STYLE] ADIDAS ORIGINALS LONDON EQT SUPPORT 93

  • adidas Originals releases the London EQT Support 93, a continuation story as part of the ‘Marathon Series’ revealed earlier in the year. The London EQT Support 93 is inspired by the ‘London’ sneaker, a classic trainer that debuted in 1976 as part of the ‘city series’ that included additional city colorway’s for Berlin and Dublin.

    The London EQT Support 93 is profiled in a visual tour of the London marathon route, captured by photographer Brock Fetch and highlights local London sneaker mogul J2K of Crep Protect.

    The London EQT Support 93 features a mixed suede and leather upper highlighted in black and red. The white nylon underlay extends into the midsole and transitions back to red, while the national flag of the U.K is featured on the heel tab. The London EQT Support 93 will release on April 23 at adidas.com/Originals and select retailers.

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