Adidas The adidas Top Ten 2000 Constructs An Opposing Black/White Outfit

The adidas Top Ten 2000 Constructs An Opposing Black/White Outfit

Kobe Bryant’s feet during his time with The Three Stripes gave the adidas Top Ten 2000. Moreover, it was originally designed in the 1970s to accommodate all types of players and positions, a riotous renewal. The style, which had only a few restomods in recent years, has since been retooled for contemporary hoopers. Moreover, it features this diametrically opposed “Core Black” and “Footwear White” offer.

Predominantly covered in premium jet-black nubuck, the tongue’s black attire adorns white insignias. Whereas Matching tabs sit above the tongue. Crisp white colors also contrast the predominately shaded upper via its wavy raised leather overlay in combination with the pairs tread underfoot. Also, it further renders the pitch-black ensemble with its laces, sock liner, and elastic midfoot straps. While the “adidas Equipment” and “Feet You Wear” emblems offer enduring colorless accents, the rarely used “Silver Metallic” grounds the mesh panel on the ankles.

Check out the official pictures of the adidas Top Ten 2000 “Core Black” below. While we wait for the pair’s release date details.

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