Adidas NMD City Sock 2 Set to Release in Multiple Colourways

Above: The NMD CS2 is now available for purchase
Above: The NMD CS2 is now available for purchase

Adidas is giving customers the best of both worlds with the pending release of the NMD City Sock 2. The uber comfortable runner blends the evergrowing knitted sock trend with the incredibly popular NMD silhouette for one of the season’s freshest looking kicks. As you may already know, the Adidas NMD series has risen to become one of year’s most coveted sneaker lines, but the previous City Sock batch was sadly quite limited.

Now, the German athletic giant is primed to bless fans with a more accessible drop complete with an array of awesome new colourways. The NMD CS2 will launch May 20, and will boast three new editions including core black, pearl white, and a woven grey that is slightly reminiscent of the OG Turtle Dove Yeezy Boost 350s.

The shoes will be priced at $180 USD, and can be copped at select retailers or online via Adidas’ official webstore here. It’s a nice upgrade from the original City Sock, as this sequel transforms the shoe into an elegant mid-top that will be breathable during the summer months. Of course, since it’s an NMD release, the City Sock also comes with the silhouette’s trademark bumpers, which have the official title of EVA Plugs. You can use that bit of info the next time you need to impress your sneakerhead friends!

The CS2 also features a wrapped and woven knit that provides more support than ever before. Adidas also comes through, yet again, with a complete package bolstered with the revolutionary boost sole technology. You can take a peek at the three versions below, and be sure to keep it locked onto AmongMen for more dope sneaker releases.

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Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan is a writer from Toronto. His favourite things in the world are music, movies, and mini dachshunds. Give him a follow on Twitter at @aidandaoust, where he’ll also accept your mixtape submissions.

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