adidas ZX 7000 Heytea Clear Lilac FZ4401
Release Date: Thu 15 Oct 2020 11:00 PM GMT
Style Code: FZ4401
How can your autumn fashion go well if you don’t grab the adidas ZX 7000 Heytea Clear Lilac this week? It’s releasing with the sweetest and the most refreshing colour palette, and let’s not forget the collab. Heytea Company is joining hands with the Trefoil trainers for running, and the timing is perfect indeed. You may have checked out the A-ZX series that’s currently blowing up. The idea behind was to cover all culture’s touchpoints and present a diverse world of the sneaker from everywhere. Similarly, this particular pair is also coming with the same attitude. Besides, the colour palette seems like a visual treat!
So, this ZX 7000 Heytea will represent the letter “H”, following the ongoing A-ZX theme. “H” clearly stands for Heytea. You can see the refreshing flavours because of the collab with the Shenzen tea company. The colours are adorable and boost your mood right away with the freshness. A sassy mix of lilac, pink, and purple really looks good with any outfit, especially when the autumn days are going on. Follow us on @FastSoleUK for more details.
You can’t but gulp just by looking at this super stunning theme! Soothing colours, for example, pink, white, and lilac hues, blend and contrast each other so well that this silo is going to feel like the first sip of morning tea. Moreover, the construction is brilliantly ensembled with synthetic and breathable mesh and robust TPU. The walls make sure the wearer is enjoying all of his footstrikes. The overlays support your sudden and athletic movements so that nothing goes wrong when you are showing off your stunts. A soft white translucent overlay on the forefoot and some other areas show Heytea graphics. Finally, the adidas ZX Torsion midsole sits underfoot with contrasting colours and maximum cushioning features.
adidas ZX 7000 Heytea Clear Lilac will release on October 15th via listed UK and European retailers.
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