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After making its debut way back in January with the premiere of the White Mountaineering x adidas Originals 2016 fall/winter collection at Pitti Uomo, Yosuke Aizawa’s take on the EQT Running Support ’93 resurfaced inthe two brands’ collaborative lookbook for the upcoming season and now the design is touching down at retailers. Hot on the heels of the range’s unique SeeULater, the co-branded Running Support ’93 offers the same technical edge as the aforementioned Primeknit-constructed predecessor. Sticking to the military-inspiration-meets-futurustic-sportswear aesthetic, the design modernizes the early ’90s runner a bit, swapping out mesh and leather in favor of a knit upper and seamless overlays while employing bold White Mountaineering branding along each of the nylon stripes. Finally, a contrasting white midsole breaks up the otherwise navy and “Dark Marine” colorway.

The collaborative Fall/Winter 2016 drop can be found now at stockists like UNDEFEATED for $160 USD per pair.

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