Fit & Sizing
Available in men’s sizes 4-14, this sneaker often fits according to size. A few, particularly those with wide feet, may find its build narrow. As such, sizing up may be considered.
When it comes to fit, fans can expect this to mold to the shape of the feet like a sock while providing ample support with its knitted upper and molded heel counter.
Adidas EQT Support ADV Parley History
Parley, an organization that has set their hearts on safeguarding Earth’s marine ecosystems, joined forces with German brand Adidas to spread awareness and fight plastic pollution. Their union led to the fine-tuning of some of the brand’s top-tier footwear, the EQT Support ADV included.
The EQT which stands for “Equipment” is a collection that was a product of brainchild Peter Moore, designer of the famed Air Jordan 1. The line's first model was introduced in the year 1991.
During that time, the brand had to undergo a full reset to survive. They took a bold move of going back to the drawing board and redesigning their products. The result was the EQT range with models stripped naked. Their silhouette, just like any sports equipment, were developed solely to meet the needs of the athletes. Their design boasted nothing but the essentials and emphasized on function rather than on fashion.
As part of its evolution, Adidas decided to ditch the Trefoil logo and replace it with the “Three-stripes.” Not only that, but their new releases featured the EQT line's colors which are green, white and black.
25 years after, the brand thought it was best to revisit the game-changing EQT range and remaster the classics in this line to meet the needs of present-day’s athletes. Soon enough, the EQT Support ADV was born and the Trefoil logo returned. An updated version of the classic EQT Support runner, it was launched in July 2016. Since then the EQT Support ADV has taken various hues and materials.
Parley, hoping to relieve the oceans off toxic waste, worked with Adidas. The outcome was the transformation of plastic waste to high-performance footwear.
Plastic waste collected from coastal communities were recycled and turned into yarn. This eco-innovative yarn was then used to create the low-top Adidas EQT Support ADV Parley. Making a debut in October 2017, the sneaker dropped in two ocean-toned colorways.