#kixspotted adidas ADIFOM SLTN
We have been seeing 90's inspired kicks and for us who group up in the 90's, we welcome them with open arms. I personally think that it was the golden age of sneakers since a lot of brands flourished around that time and whether we talk about in the lifestyle or performance category, every brand have a piece of that pie so to speak. So seeing this silhouette at the store shelf of adidas, it caught my attention because for some reason it remind me of the Ozweego or the Ozelia in terms of design which I think also carries that 90's or even early 2000 vibe. adidas is calling this the ADIFOM SLTN and honestly, I don't know what the SLTN stands for (if you know, then you can write it down on the comment section), but I am guessing that ADIFOM is what they are calling the foam. There are no clear indication of what the name of the foam is, so let's just call it as that for the moment. Also, I also read in some adidas website (IN) that it is also made from recycled materials which we should applaud adidas since at least we know that they are continuing to push through with the movement of reducing waste materials in terms of recycling them and incorporating them again in footwear. The materials are feel like they are made from synthetic textiles and going back to the foam, it feels kinda bouncy. It just from a quick inspection and just pressing or squeezing the midsole foam. I am not sure if it is just the foam carrier that is bouncy or if you can still feel that density if you are wearing it. But nonetheless, I hope that it is the same (feel) underfoot because there are a lot of people who would love to wear a comfy shoe especially if it gives a bouncy feel to it. Underneath is a solid rubber outsole which is segmented to maybe reduce some weight. The retail price on this is Php 5,000 and comes in mens and womens size. You can cop them now at adidas Neighborhood in Vertis North.