Men’s sizes can be found for the Adidas Tubular Dusk Primeknit, ranging from 4-14 in medium width. It fits true to size, as confirmed by many users. A flexible fit and breathable feel can be expected from the shoe’s knit upper. It also has laces to help with adjusting the tightness. Its low collar allows unlimited ankle mobility.
The low-top Adidas Tubular Dusk Primeknit has two colorway options, the Solar Red/Cloud White/Core Black and the Core Black/Cloud White/Solar Red. With these attractive color combinations, the sneaker offers an inimitable style that would go well with many outfits.
Its running-inspired and futuristic silhouette makes it suitable for pairing with athletic wear, such as shorts, sweatshirts, track pants or suits, joggers, and more. On the other hand, its eye-catching flair would also go well with different casual clothes for a variety of activities. Neutral-colored jeans and a t-shirt along with a jacket will emphasize the shoe’s modern appeal.
Primeknit technology was used in the knit upper of the Adidas Tubular Dusk Primeknit. The system utilizes a seamless material to fine-tune the support and flexibility needed in certain areas of the foot. As a result, the shoe is highly adaptive and ultra-lightweight.
The shoe also features a two-toned midsole in black and white. Rope laces complement its striped upper design. A high-cut design at the back of the ankle provides an edgy detail. On the tongue are the Adidas label and the Trefoil logo.
As a 20-year-old, Adolf Dassler was a passionate soccer player. He was also the son of a shoe cobbler, and so, at his young age, he was able to invent track and field spiked footwear. In 1924, Adolf, known as “Adi,” along with his older brother Rudolf or “Rudi,” established a sports shoe business right in their mother’s laundry room.
However, by the post-World War II period, the brothers fell out for good after many disagreements. In 1949, Adi Dassler renamed their company Adidas, while Rudi moved to the other side of their small town in Germany to establish Puma. From then on, Adi Dassler led Adidas to become the sports footwear giant that it is today.
The brand has many iconic models that have become classics over the years, combining innovation with style. One unforgettable series is the Adidas Tubular line, introduced under the heritage Adidas Originals label. In the 1980s, Tubular technology was first created for basketball training. Despite this, its initial success came in the form of a running shoe, released in 1993.
Many years later, in 2014, Adidas revisited the silhouette and introduced the Tubular Runner. It had a minimalistic and modern design, envisioned by Nic Galway, the company’s Vice President of Global Design. Since then, many more models were introduced in the Tubular series, one of which is the Adidas Tubular Dusk Primeknit, which also utilizes the brand’s innovative seamless knit technology.
This upgraded model has an adaptive knit material on the upper with a pop of color on the design, resulting in a fresh perspective. The ripped sole was also inspired by a 1990s running shoe prototype, with a cushioning system based on car tires. This sneaker elevates the retro flair of the original model, making the Tubular Dusk Primeknit a fitting tribute to the brand’s sports heritage, perfect for today’s streets.
- The shoe has a lightweight EVA midsole that offers support and comfort.