This latest variation of the adidas EQT Running Support 93 consists as part of the brand’s “Marathon Series,” which is inspired by the 1964 Tokyo summer games.

Essentially a reimagined classic, the model was specifically built for Robert ‘Bob’ Lee Hayes — an American athlete who dominated the 100m competition during the 1964 summer games by winning two gold medals in both the 100m dash and 4x100m relay race.

Featuring a distinct suede blue upper, the low-top is enhanced with gold accents and the national flag of Japan on the heel. Retailing for $150, you purchase the limited edition pair at select adidas retailers now for $150, while more stockists will receive the pair on February 27.

via: adi


Author’s Take

I’m a fan of runners in general and this pair is a classic. The colorway is certainly pleasing as well. Cool homage and execution.


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