Adidas ZX 0000 “Evolution” Review

The Adidas A to ZX 26-pair collection is set to end with the ZX 0000. Representing the letter E for “Evolution”, these were originally a prototype design meant to bridge Adidas between the ZX line in the 80s and the EQT line in the 90s. Finally – they’ve become a reality. Check out my review to get a closer look at these, and let me know if you’re feeling them in the comment section below!

Sean Wotherspoon x Adidas ZX 8000 “SuperEarth” Review

Dropping tomorrow, April 16th, we have Sean Wotherspoon and Adidas’ latest collaboration, the ZX 8000 “SuperEarth”! Part of the 26-pair A to ZX collection, this pair represents the letter W, and is constructed in a mismatching, patchwork fashion using vegan recycled materials. Definitely one of the loudest and wildest pairs in the collection, these are head-turners for sure. Let me know what you think about these down below, and big thanks to Adidas Canada for the pair!

Overkill x Adidas ZX 8500 “Graffiti” Review

Continuing the 26-pair A to ZX collection, representing the letter “O”, Adidas has teamed up with Berlin-based boutique, Overkill, on the all-new ZX 8500. This model incorporates elements of both the ZX 8000 and 9000, and its off the wall colourway is inspired by Berlin, along with Overkill’s graffiti roots. Check out my review for a closer look! These drop in North America on April 30th! Thanks to Adidas Canada for sending over this pair!

Adidas ZX 8000 “Frozen Lemonade” Review

Representing the letter F, the Adidas ZX 8000 “Frozen Lemonade” recently released and the good folks at Adidas Canada hooked it up for my latest review! With a bright, summer colour palette, these are perfect for those hot days ahead! Check out my in-depth review to get a closer look!

Meissen x Adidas ZX 10000 C “Cloud White” Review

The Adidas “A to ZX” dropped the ZX 10000 C today, representing the letter ‘M” for Meissen. Meissen is Europe’s oldest Porcelain manufacturer, and this shoe continues their tradition of excellent craftmanship, as it is manufactured in Adidas’ factories in Germany. Check out my review for an in-depth look, and let me know your thoughts down below!

Adidas ZX 6000 “X-Ray” Review

The Adidas “A to ZX” collection continues with a non-collaboration pair that I ended up loving. The ZX 6000 “X-Ray” reimagines the silhouette with its insides flipped to the outside for us to see. The addition of exposed foam, translucent TPU overlays and visible stitching gives this shoe a very unique and DIY look to it. Check out my review for an in-depth look, and let me know your thoughts down below!

LEGO x Adidas ZX 8000 “Yellow / Cloud White” Review

Two giants combine with this Friday’s release of the LEGO x Adidas ZX 8000. Representing the letter “L” in the A to ZX series, the ZX 8000 is done in a colourway remniscent of the famous toy blocks, along with LEGO branding found throughout. Check out my review for an in-depth look, and share your thoughts about this pair down below! A big thanks to Adidas Canada for the early hook up!