Verdict from +100 user reviews

9 reasons to buy

  • This shoe fits true to size.
  • The majority of the respondents described the Adidas EQT Support Ultra PK King Push as "comfortable."
  • Many respondents praised the high-quality materials used in this model.
  • A handful of wearers admired the stylish look of this model.
  • A large percentage of the respondents disclosed that they would highly recommend this sneaker to their friends.
  • The breathability of this sneaker is laudable, shared by many buyers.
  • Few cited about the uniquely creative packaging of the EQT Support Ultra PK King Push.
  • The neutral colorway of this kick is easy to match with any kind of ensembles, said several buyers.
  • A couple f online buyers mentioned that this sneaker looks better in the actual than the one posted online.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The Adidas EQT Support Ultra PK King Push has an expensive price range.
  • Few reviewers complained that this pair runs tad narrow.
  • One buyer criticized that this sneaker easily gets dirty.

Bottom line

While the Adidas EQT Support silhouette already displays remarkable timeless silhouette, the Ultra PK King Push edition made it more striking by delivering an extra lavish profile. This model demonstrated the iconic elements of the EQT line inserted with elegant leather details, supportive elements, and comfortable details to make it more appealing.

This shoe stayed faithful in delivering cozy kick using lightweight and breathable materials with responsive cushioning that will support the all-day exploits. Although this kick has an expensive price point, this shoe fits the bill for buyers who are rooting for eye-catching sneakers with classic comfort.

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Good to know

The Adidas EQT Support Ultra PK King Push is a unisex pair that is presented on men's sizing only. Men can choose from sizes 5 to 12 US while women are advised to grab 1.5 down their regular size for a more secure fit. Example, for a lady with regular size 7, she must purchase 5.5 in men's range for a snugger and comfier feel.

This model has an Ortholite sockliner that provides all-day comfort by keeping the feet dry and odor-free. The Primeknit upper hugs the foot comfortably while giving adaptive support and ultralight comfort. Also, its ribbed collar produces a sock-like fit for superb comfort for any time of the day use. The Boost midsole, meanwhile, gives ultra-soft cushioning.

The low-top Adidas EQT Support Ultra PK King exudes a luxurious vibe that fits the modern fashion. Its upper is dressed in Primeknit with lavish details such as fish scale-pattern leather overlays with monochromatic laces on top of white Boost midsole. To make it more appealing, the brand used lace charms with "King" and "Push" in each shoe.

This kick showcases fine, extravagant vibe that usually turns as the focal point in any guise. Many opt to style this with simple getup as not to steer the attention away from the shoe while some opt to pair this with jeans with various patterns or tattered rolled-up pants to display an out of the ordinary getup. 

The custom "King" and "Push" lace locks of the Adidas EQT Support Ultra PK King Push add a striking feature to the overall noteworthy look of this sneaker. King Push is the renowned moniker of Pusha T, and this plate enhances the overall lavish look and vibe of this kick. Also, the leather details found on the heel and midfoot with scale-texture provides remarkable facet. This faux fish scale intensifies the appeal of this kick while furnishing ample foot support.

The Adidas Equipment or also known as the EQT line was conceptualized in the 90s by one of the creators of the renowned Nike Air Jordan Peter Moore. The company thought of releasing a series that displays only the essential and nothing that is not. They aimed at creating footwear and apparel with exceptional comfort, performance, and construction.

In 1991, the Equipment ADV running kick was launched that set another benchmark in the high-performance footwear and apparel in the runner's world. This model unveiled the first shoe with unique lacing system and the Torsion technology that allows its wearers to move the front and back of its foot independently.

Adidas re-introduced the EQT ADV Support in 2016 with modern details to keep up with the contemporary needs of the consumers. The brand re-launched it as Adidas EQT Support ADV using knit upper and TPU overlays. This model stayed authentic to the core of the EQT line, which is to offer "Everything that is essential, nothing that is not."

Meanwhile, rapper Pusha T and Adidas first collaborated in 2014 and presented a line that depicted the identity and background of Push T and Adidas - untouchable, uncrushable. In 2016, their fourth collaboration was unveiled using the EQT Support ADV silhouette and called it the EQT Support Ultra PK King Push.

This fourth series was inspired by the experience of Pusha T on the streets and his memories in the city's most important hubs - the bodegas. This iteration displays a Primeknit upper with gray fish scale details that boosts the luxurious vibe seated atop an ultra cozy Boost cushioning.

  • This shoe has the Boost technology that is considered the most responsive cushioning of the Adidas that provides better energy return.
  • It has the laser-printed Equipment ADV tongue label
  • It has the Torsion system that provides support on the midfoot.
  • The packaging comes with metallic foil with craft paper lining.
  • The rubber outsole is called Continental Rubber that delivers exceptional grip on wet and dry surfaces.
  • The brand used a translucent TPU eyestay to add reinforcement to the lacing system.


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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.