Where to Buy the adidas adiFOM Q “Off-White”

Where to Buy the adidas adiFOM Q “Off-White”

The immediate future of footwear is certainly centered around one-piece clogs and slides. The trend, which can be pinpointed back to Kanye West’s influence on the market, with early adopters like Salehe Bembury and Jerry Lorenzo, recently joined by big-name brands like Dior. Adidas, who themselves played a part in Kanye’s vision, has also dived into the trend head first with their Adilette 22 Slides — a slipper which Kanye called out plagiarism from its own line — and this all-new adiFOM Q clog.

With samples floating around social media for a week or so — and with strong comparisons to the YEEZY Foam Runner — adidas has tried to nip the talks in the bud by officially unveiling the model, along with its fairly obvious inspiration to remind us that adidas has been doing audacious design for decades.


A side-by-side comparison of the new adiFOM Q and its inspiring Adidas Quake show how the 2001 trainer has influenced the new Three Stripe clog, but still, it’s likeness to the YEEZY Foam Runner cannot be unseen. Outside of the initial comparison, there is an included inner bootie that can be worn with the shoe and a lacing system.

Take a look for yourself just below, and expect to learn more on the new model’s release before the year’s end.

Update 08.19.22 // Detailed looks at the adidas adiFOM Q have landed courtesy of @lin_second_. A release date has not yet been set.

Update 08.27.22 // Select Stateside retailers (listed below) have confirmed a release for the debut adidas adiFOM Q “Off-White” for September 2nd. If you’re planning on picking up a pair on the day, make sure you head to our dedicated adidas Release Dates Calendar to set yourself a reminder for the drop.

adidas adiFOM Q “Off-White”

Release Date: September 2, 2022

Style Code: GY4455
Color: Off-White/Aluminium/Wonder White
Retail: $120

Where to Buy:
Finish Line @ 10 am ET
JD Sports @ 10 am ET
adidas US Check Site
StockX
GOAT
eBay




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