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The Adidas EQT Support Ultra Primeknit, like many of the Adidas Originals shoes, is unisex and in men’s sizing. Its premium sock-like Primeknit upper promises a comfortable and lightweight fit, substantiated by a snug ankle collar and sturdy eyestays to ensure a laterally secure fit. Online, the sneaker is offered in sizes 4 to 14, in medium width. In general, women need to go down 1.5 sizes from their normal size in order to arrive at their usual fit.

The Adidas EQT Support Ultra Primeknit sports a no-frills aesthetic that is so popular in today’s fashion. Without doubt, the Primeknit upper gives this archived running style a modern makeover that offers a sock-like fit and a chic mélange wool look.

This sneaker’s minimalist silhouette makes it easy to match with different casual outfits, from jeans to sportier bottoms. The shoe is offered in a number of tasteful and subtle colorways, as well as in the more adventurous frozen yellow, frozen green, and black combination that is reminiscent of the vibrancy inherent to the original EQT Support.

For sure, this shoe easily adds oomph to your style while ensuring all-day comfort.

The most obvious feature of the shoe is its one-piece Primeknit upper that wraps the foot, following its contour and providing a supreme fit, an adaptive support and ultralight comfort. The seamless Primeknit also allows good ventilation. Another prominent feature is the full-length Boost sole unit. This revolutionary foam is composed of numerous visible energy capsules that store and release energy with every step. The more energy is put in, the more energy is returned.

“Everything that is essential, nothing that is not,” was how the Adidas Equipment (EQT) series was described when it first launched in 1991. Created for running, the EQT was born from an idea of reducing everything to the essentials by cutting out the clutter. It was advertised as “The best of Adidas.” It was also the EQT series that introduced the iconic “three-stripes” Adidas logo.

Although the EQT concept was a huge step for Adidas, with its message echoing the sentiments of a wide range of people, its futuristic design and intricate technological detailing shocked many in the 1990s. Today, however, the times have finally caught up with the line’s mission, inspiring a new EQT line that includes the Adidas EQT Support Ultra Primeknit.

Essentially, the sneaker is a variation of the first EQT Support 93, made current with the use of a premium woven deconstructed upper that offers a sock-like fit and lightweight functionality. The Adidas Boost lends the shoe superior cushioning that delivers fast energy, step after step. With its minimal lines, this 2017 EQT edition truly epitomizes having everything that is essential, and nothing that is not.

  • To provide stability at the midfoot, the shoe utilizes the custom TORSION system.
  • Rooted in the original EQT, which was created to provide supreme traction, the Adidas EQT Support Ultra Primeknit features a non-slip rubber outsole by Continental™.
  • The sneaker also comes with some characteristics of the original EQT 1990s design, such as the webbed three-stripes lacing system and the TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) external ankle support panel.


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Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.