The Adidas Prime SP Parley is created from plastic that was collected from beaches and coastal communities. It has a 360-degree Primeknit construction, a double later of Parley knitted yarn to lessen stretching, and a laser welded frame to make it lights. It also boasts of ultimate support and breathability when in use.
After Adidas debuted their very first Parley Edition of their adizero Prime, the brand is back again with a high-performance 3D knitted sprint spike — the Adidas Prime SP Parley. The footwear was worn exclusively at the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championships in London by Shaunae Miller-Uibo and Wayde Van Niekerk.
The silhouette of the Prime SP Parley is created based on the needs of sprinters and incorporates a Primeknit upper and a laser welded frame to serve as support plus to keep it lightweight. Additionally, it’s an eco-friendly shoe, as it’s created with Parley Ocean Plastic to help stave marine plastic pollution affecting the oceans.
“Choosing a racing spike is one of the most important decisions an athlete can make, but for this year’s IAAF World Championships there was no doubt in my mind that the adidas Prime SP Parley was the one for me. It makes each stride feels natural yet powerful and they are so light I don’t even notice I’m wearing them. I also love how the eye-catching color helps me stand out on the track,” said Wayde Van Niekerk, 400m world record holder, regarding the shoe.
The release date for the Prime SP is yet to be announced. But rest easy, cause Running Shoes Guru would be around to drop news for this soon.
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