While expanding its “A-ZX” series, adidas Originals came out with its latest sneaker, the ZX 6000 “X-Ray Inside Out”. So standing in the “X” in the ongoing series, this sneaker follows a unique exterior treatment in which the interior components are placed on the outside while the exterior elements are reworked to look inversed.
The “Clear Brown/Chalk White/Sand” sneaker sports a whole host of different materials throughout its design, ranging from smooth suede to roughly-cut sponge, transparent overlays, rubber, and more. The transparent overlay lined with sponge edges is meant to represent the interior liner, starting at the toe while on the toe box adidas Originals has been printed on the outsole’s pattern, adorning the insole itself.
Transparent overlays sit on top of a raw mid-section, displaying the shoe’s signature Three Stripes, while more of the clear plastic can be seen housing the eyestay placket. Moreover, for the collar and the tongue, the plastically gray-toned rubber has been used, where a fuzzy inside out adidas Trefoil logo can be seen on the latter.
The interior of the shoe’s heel now finds shelter on the exterior of the ZX 6000, complete with hole punches, zig-zag stitching, and a raw sponge edge. Accompanied by a dark ZX heel cage, which sits on top of the “Sand” Torsion—equipped midsole.
Take a look at the adidas Originals ZX 6000 “X-Ray Inside Out” above, and head over to retailers such as atmos Tokyo to be in with a chance of securing a pair when they drop on December 4. The shoes are priced at ¥ 17,600 JPY (approx. $169 USD)
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