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Adidas Micropacer x R1 ‘Never Made Pack’ Silver Review

Adidas Micropacer x R1 ‘Never Made Pack’ Silver Review
Blending new features with an old school silhouette is what Adidas did with the Micropacer, giving it an upgrade with NMD R1 elements. Featuring a futuristic, space mood, the Adidas Micropacer x R1 ‘Never Made Pack’ Silver boasts a metallic silver upper with hints of grey on the toe box, red on the midsole, and light blue on the stripes and heel counter. Together with the original and useful pace timer especially for trainers, we particular are fond of the updated EVA inserts, BOOST midsole, and branded heel tab.
Value for Money
Reader Rating1 Vote
Futuristic design approach executed well
Pace timer is an added bonus from the past silhouette
Lovely color combinations that look fresh and expensive
Pebbled outsole ruins the futuristic vibe
Design-wise, the sole does not really go well with the upper

Release date: September 1, 2018

The Adidas Micropacer x R1 ‘Never Made Pack’ Silver gives a new spin to a classic silhouette. Upgrading the Micropacer with NMD R1 essentials, this futuristic pair of trainers come through with a metallic silver upper with red, white, and blue accents—all made on top of EVA inserts, BOOST midsole, and pebbled outsole.

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Images credit: Real Clobber, Sneaker Studio

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