The moc-like silhouette arrives in a second colorway.
Earlier this summer, adidas took to social media to tease its brand new adiFOM Q. A direct descendent of 2001’s legendary adidas Quake, it takes design cues from the classic runner but infuses it with a contemporary vibe that’s perfect for the modern era. Now, as we head towards the colder and wetter seasons, we’re getting up close and personal with the adidas adiFOM Q "Black," and it’s super stealthy.
We wouldn’t blame you if you mistook this adiFOM Q for Kanye West’s Yeezy Foam RNNR “Onyx,” but when you really look into it, adi’s latest clog is so much more. Featuring a one-piece EVA foam construction that’s as comfortable as it gets, this is dipped in an all-black palette that is sure to work with all of your fits over the fall and winter months. Chevron style cut-outs along the lateral and medial side panels reference the plush mesh padding on the OG Quake, while the highly-sculpted midsole also pays homage to it. Unlike other clog silhouettes that have been dropping lately, this black-based pair boasts a traditional lacing system that seamlessly ties into a sock-like bootie. Dipped in a vibrant orange hue, this is decorated with Trefoil motifs on the tongue and accented with crisp white tones, finalizing the design.
The adidas adiFOM Q Black is set to release on September 15th through adidas Confirmed and select retailers online and in-store. Releasing in men's sizing, the retail price is set at $120. For updates on the most recent clog-inspired silhouette from adidas and more, keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App for future releases.
Images via lin_second_