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Adidas NMD 'Triple Black' Upcoming

The latest sneaker to join the Adidas NMD family is the 'Triple Black.' An all-black version had previously released with Adidas only sporting an all mesh upper but this one with a ribbed, corduroy-like upper. This one is more lightweight then the previous versions and will also sell just as fast. Check out some of the pictures and details below. If you are interested in purchasing, get ready to pay resell prices, as these will sellout within hours of dropping on adidas.com and various other retailers. The shoes release at $140, but will most likely rise to the resell prices of other NMD's around $250. Definitely try to arrange a purchasing strategy before the release date, or try to scour sites like Ebay on release day to find a good price, good luck!



ADIDAS NMD R1 'TRIPLE BLACK'
RELEASE DATEMARCH 16TH, 2017
PRICE: $140
Color: Pure Triple Black
Style Code: BY3123

LaVar Ball Has A Billion Dollar Offer For Nike, Under Armour or adidas

LaVar Ball Has A Billion Dollar Offer For Nike, Under Armour or adidas

LaVar Ball, a father to three Balls brought his act into the sneaker world in a recent interview with USA Today.
One billion dollars.
1,000,000,000.
That’s how much the eldest Ball, who, despite averaging 2.2 points per game in his one season at Washington State 29 years ago, thinks he could beat Michael Jordan in a one-on-one game, wants for a combined shoe deal for his three sons, UCLA freshman Lonzo and high schoolers LiAngelo and LaMelo.
Via USA Today
During the interview, Ball also said he is prepared to package Lonzo and his two other sons — LiAngelo, a high school senior who has signed with UCLA, and LaMelo, a high school sophomore who has committed to UCLA — for a marketing deal with Nike, Adidas or Under Armour.
“A billion dollars, it has to be there,” Ball said. “That’s our number, a billion, straight out of the gate. And you don’t even have to give it to me all up front. Give us $100 mil over 10 years.”
OK, so …