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The introduction of the NMD helped catapult adidas to the very forefront of sneaker culture, a development that was already jumpstarted by the Ultra Boost and Yeezy Boost models. Arguably the most coveted sneaker in the Three Stripes lineup, aside from the Yeezys of course, the NMD has seen countless of material and color updates since its unveiling last December, though it’s hard deny the appeal of the original iteration, one that is reselling for up to $1,000 USD today. If you’re still looking to cop a pair of “OG” NMDs you might not have to shell out a ridiculously inflated amount for them, as Sneaker News reports that the colorway will be re-releasing on December 15, almost a year after its original unveiling.

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