Adidas City Cup x Numbers Style
The low-top Adidas City Cup x Numbers displays a straightforward look with minimalist design to maximize its versatility. The upper is made of nubuck leather with reflective details on the tongue and heel for striking element while providing visibility during the low light. Its heel was designed with the "Numbers" typescript embossed on the rubber heel cup and the "12:45" special branding printed on the iconic 3-Stripe.
This Grey/Carbon/Grey sneaker can be paired with practically any attire. Its simple style is favorable when one wants to dress up or dress down. Denim jeans, khaki trousers, light-colored shorts, and tracksuit can work well with this high-fashion footwear.
Adidas City Cup x Numbers History
The Adidas City Cup silhouette was unveiled in January 2018, designed to function as heavy-duty skateboarding sneaker . It was heavily stirred from the iconic profile from the Three Stripes' archive - the Montreal and Powerphase, both from the 90s.
The name 'Adidas City Cup' was inspired by the style of the designer Scott Johnson in enforcing the double cup midsole. This midsole cup provides stability, support, and added aesthetic appeal and was offered in several colorways to suit several penchants of its followers.
In 2016, the Numbers Edition Skateboarding was established by professional skaters Guy Marino and Eric Koston. This modern skate brand has firmly established its name in the skate industry as one of the leading labels in high-quality skateboarding products that are fun, creative, and pure in its truest form.
Numbers and Adidas joined forces in August 2018 to come up with a limited edition pack consisting of apparel - windbreaker, soccer jersey, water-repellent track pants, and the five-panel hat. These collaborative clothes are accompanied by a striking kick using the Adidas City Cup silhouette dressed in a monochromatic gray colorway inspired by the foggy morning of the West Coast.