Verdict from +100 user reviews

12 reasons to buy

  • The majority of reviewers highly recommended the Adidas EQT Support SK Primeknit to their peers.
  • Most of the respondents happily shared that this model is very comfortable.
  • Adidas offers this model in multiple colorways.
  • Several buyers described this kick as "ridiculously eye-catching."
  • Many lauded the lightness of this footwear, and few of them shared that they feel as if they are not wearing a shoe.
  • The Adidas EQT Support Sock PK has an affordable price range.
  • The breathability is superb for the numerous of reviewers. A couple of them highly suggested this model for the summer months.
  • A large percentage of the wearers noticed that this sneaker was made with high-quality materials.
  • Few buyers remarked on the cushy footbed that enhances the overall comfort.
  • Several reviewers liked the Primeknit upper that hugs their feet comfortably.
  • A lot of online buyers mentioned that this model looks even better in the actual.
  • Many wearers vouched for this pair's suitability for many activities.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Few critics mentioned that the Adidas EQT Support SK Primeknit is a tad narrow. 
  • Some disappointed buyers disclosed that this pair is hard to put on. 
  • One buyer complained that the heel pull loop rubs on his heel which felt somewhat uncomfortable.

Bottom line

The Adidas EQT Support SK Primeknit modernized the iconic EQT Support silhouette to come up with a visually exciting iteration. The majority lauded this model for its sock-like Primeknit construction with stunning details in a wallet-friendly price tag.

However, some reviewers slashed a star off from the overall ratings as they found this pair slightly narrow and thought this kick is hard to put on for its small opening. Despite the demerits, the majority still highly recommended this for its lightness and breathability that contribute to its overall comfort.

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Good to know

This kick is presented in both gender's sizing. Men can choose from sizes 5 to 11 US while women can pick from sizes 5 to 12 US both in medium width. It has a slip-on construction aided with heel pull loop for easy on and off. Also, the Primeknit upper provides the foot with adaptive support by hugging the foot comfortably.

The low-top Adidas EQT Support SK Primeknit features a re-imagined classic EQT line for the contemporary market. This iteration stripped off the laces, tongues, and the iconic cages to deliver sleek iteration for the modern demands.

This summer-ready kick resembles a thick sock with a unique knit pattern on its Primeknit seated atop a durable rubber sole. It also displays color-contrast details on its midsole to add more character and one-off flair. The brand offers this in a wide range color scale to give its wearers ample options to choose from.

Styling this striking footwear is easy for the majority as it displays a very versatile look. Most users pair this up with joggers, rolled-up trousers, ankle pants, or even with shorts to maximize the exposure of this shoe. Meanwhile, some ladies match this sneaker up with their short or long dresses to strut the city streets in style and comfort.

Despite totally altering the material on its upper, the Adidas EQT Support SK Primeknit still shows its signature Equipment look updated for today's market.  This model shows off its iconic heritage details such as the preformed 3-Stripe on its rubber midsole that depicts its running kick ancestor from the 90s. The PK upper has embroidered heel to echo the heel cage of its predecessor.

The Adidas Equipment Range or the EQT Line was unveiled in the early 1990s by the brand's renowned designer Peter Moore. This line was conceived to quench the thirst of the brand for something new to deliver to its followers. It revolved around a theme of removing all the excess elements in footwear and providing only the essential to its consumers. The EQT is the first ever line to drop the Trefoil logo and to use the Three-Stripe branding to depict its high-performance facets.

Since then, EQT has endured several revamping; thus adding several new silhouettes to its breadth of impressive lineup. In 1993, Adidas launched the EQT Running Support that boasted its mesh upper with overlays, burrito-tongue, EVA midsole, and the Torsion technology on its rubber outsole.

In 2015, the EQT Support made a glorious comeback to the sneakers domain flaunting brand new and modern designs. Adidas launched a modernized version of the EQT Support '93 and turned it into a slip-on. This model used an all Primeknit upper that displays a sock-like construction for better comfort and fit and called it the EQT Support Sock Primeknit. It shrugged off the laces and used a one-piece PK upper that dramatically resembled the NMD City Sock.

In 2018, the Adidas EQT Support SK Primeknit "Sub-Green" Pack was re-introduced using the iconic color scheme of the EQT line - green, white, and core black. This pack is composed of three pairs with each displaying a unique pattern. It also used the numbering scheme on its heel tab that is hugely reminiscent of its 2015 predecessors.  

  • This pair has the EVA midsole to provide lightweight cushioning.
  • It has a durable rubber outsole for longer sneaker life.
  • The Suede Adidas Consortium label is woven on the tongue.
  • The brand inserted this model with the Torsion System Technology that enhances the overall support.


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Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.