adidas Consortium introduces a new iteration of its ZX 10,000C, expanding its selection of ZX footwear designs. Designer Jacques Chassaing originally created the first ZX model and the latest ZX 10,000C sneaker marks a progressive step towards a new chapter. The original ZX collection ran from 1984 through 1989 and it was replaced with the label's newer EQT (Equipment) series.
The interconnecting component of the pieces is the signature Torsion system, delivering high-performing elements to the footwear. The sneakers incorporate a TPU arch in order to bring the forefoot and the heel together to that they can move freely. The latest ZX 10,000C sneakers sit atop the Equipment Cushion 91 foundation, bridging the two series together. Branding accents draw aesthetic inspiration from the label's design in the 90s. Additional details include the mesh underlays and the suede overlays.