adidas’ retro run of the EQT family continues this week, with a new installment courtesy of London’s Footpatrol, this time highlighting the EQT Running Support 93 in warm earth tones inspired by the U.K.’s highest peaks.

adidas Originals’ new EQT collection has popped up fairly suddenly, having been announced less than a month ago, and already the Three Stripes are onto the second release of the project. This time around, London’s Footpatrol has crafted their take on the EQT Running Support 93, taking inspiration from the three highest peaks across the UK for the design. Specifically, the mountainous theme nods to the varying sedimentary strata (aka dirt) found near each, pulling the shoe’s colors from these underground rainbows. The look begins with a soft pink mesh base for the Running Support’s upper, reinforced by darker shades of red suede around the mudguard, while the heel overlays come in simple grey tones. The inner lining features a soft purple mauve, while blue adidas Equipment branding is found on each burrito-style tongue. Finally, dual gas mask and trefoil branding completes the look. 


The next installment in adidas’ globetrotting EQT revival project comes all the way from the United Kingdom’s FootPatrol, and is scheduled to release later this week on September 18th, 2021. The soil-inspired kicks will be available directly from FootPatrol’s Launches app, with a price tag of approximately $150. Check out FootPatrol’s campaign imagery below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas release news.