Fit & Sizing
Appearing with a minimalist frame, the barefoot-style Adidas F/22 Primeknit wraps the feet with its one-piece, moisture-wicking Marino wool that’s softer than other PK variations. It dispenses ultralight comfort and grants air to circulate in and out of the shoe with the added ventilation holes on the toe area.
The Adidas F/22 sizing that’s available in men’s sizes from 4 to 14 US run relatively true to size with ample wiggle room on the toe box. The rope shoelaces work more as an embellishment as its sock-like upper already embraces the feet for a secure, locked down. The arch support made of dense foam is stiff enough in a good way. Women purchasers must go 1.5 sizes down their usual size to obtain this style.
Adidas F/22 Primeknit History
Iconic global brand Adidas has been spending nearly a century revolutionizing footwear for almost every sport. When the trend in the international footwear market went towards the production of lifestyle sneakers, this Germany-based label played on and came up with its distinct division tagged as the Adidas Originals, which consists of remodeled versions of its heritage performance shoes.
The early designs under the Originals are reflections of the retro old school models taken from the 1940s to 1980s archives of Adidas. Several years later, the brand began whipping up new silhouettes under the Adidas Originals docket.
Halfway of 2018, the Adidas Originals came up with fresh apparel and sneaker concepts under the Atric collection that center on functionality with street-appropriate designs. In the footwear department, the Adidas F/22 Primeknit took form, garbed with a moccasin-inspired body.
This Adidas Atric F/22 sneaker, which is more popular with the name Adidas F/22 PK, trails after the fashion-forward Adidas EQT (short for equipment). Introduced in the early 1990s with an updated version, the Jordan XI-resembling sneaker tagged as the Adidas EQT Water Moccasin dropped in 1996.
The apparent difference between the Adidas EQT styles and the low-top Adidas F/22 model is the use of the Primeknit upper made of Merino wool fiber developed by the Woolmark Company. This trail-inspired sneaker, designed for the wandering feet, took its name from professional photography’s camera aperture setting.