Who should buy the Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX

This Adidas sneaker is a good match for you if:

  • You want a shoe with Primeknit upper with Gore-Tex waterproof lining for breathability and support
  • You are after a sneaker with sock-like collar for easy access
  • You prefer a shoe with rubber outsole for good traction

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Style of the Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX

Glam up your winter Adidas wardrobe with the NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX shoes. The stylish NMD shoes with waterproof features in the Primeknit upper are as fashionable as ever with Boost cushioning technology in the midsole that makes wearing them all day comfortable and bearable. The unique minimalist knit patterns and versatile colorway allow wearers to personalize their own style.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX midsole

The Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX in Core Black, for example, makes for an excellent sneaker choice of many fashionistas during the winter season. The black colorway allows many people to pair a vast variety of clothing from parkas, sweaters, thick furs, leather, trench coats, and other winter clothing. It also makes for an ideal streetwear kick during the months when all clothing often turns to darker shades.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX toebox

The Adidas Originals model seem to have not only captured the younger audience with the NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX but also the older generation wanting a comfortable kick with good support and upper material.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX heel

The all black Adidas Originals model of the NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX is also ideal for busy people wanting accessible footwear that is quick to put on and off. With toggle laces, slip-on construction, and a sock-like fit, the low-top sneaker are perfect for the daily commute to work, school, and any activity one can think of.

Notable Features

Most striking features of the Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX is its Gore-Tex lining in the Primeknit upper which delivers waterproof protection to the shoe. With the ‘80s running style shoes, it has a socklike Primeknit upper that wraps around the foot with a foldable top tongue that covers the toggle lacing.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX outsole

Also worth noting is the Boost cushioning midsole that has dubbed the NMD as a comfortable sneaker since it first dropped.

History of the Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX

The Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit low top shoe is one of the newer models of the popular NMD collection under the Adidas Originals line. The OG NMD sneaker was first released in 2016 and became an instant hit among many users. The NMD was inspired by several other Adidas Originals designs like the Adidas Micro Pacer, Adidas Boston Super, and Adidas Rising Star.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX laces

Galway also stressed during the announcement of the silhouette that every part of the sneaker should have its function and that if one part or component is removed, the sneaker will not function properly. For example, the Lego-like block at the side supports the Boost foam.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX side heel

The veteran designer stressed that the original NMD silhouette doesn’t have reinforcements that all elements of the upper give the actual structure to the entire shoe. Continuing the legacy of the bestselling sneaker is the Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit which was sold at a steep price of $200 per pair.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX insole

The Gore-Tex version of the Adidas Originals NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX shoes was dropped just in time for the winter months in August 2018 in a Core Black colorway.

Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit GTX collar

Facts / Specs

Base model: Adidas NMD_TS1 Primeknit
Style: Sporty
Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Collection: Adidas Nmd, Adidas Originals, Adidas Boost, Adidas Primeknit
Closure: Slip-on, Laces
Designed by: Nic Galway

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

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.