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The adidas F/22 PK ‘Trace Orange’ is Dropping Next Week

adidas Originals F: 22 Trace Orange 2

And no, we don’t mean the fighter jet.

In recent months, adidas has been releasing new silhouettes like the Kamanda and Arkyn fast and furious. Now, prepare for a new build that could be for both casual wear and for the outdoors.

Meet the adidas F/22 PK, a sneaker designed with trekking in mind. This particular shoe features a multicolor merino wool fiber version of Primeknit for better breathability and comfort. There’s also suede on the tongue and overlays.

All this sits atop a Continental rubber outsole so durability shouldn’t be a problem. However, there no official word yet on what cushioning this particular model has in the midsole but keep it here to WearTesters for any news or updates concerning the F/22.

The adidas Originals F/22 PK ‘Trace Orange’ is set to drop on May 3 for $140. It will be available on adidas.com and select adidas retailers on release day. Keep an eye out for the shoe over at Eastbay.com.

What are your initial impressions of the adidas F/22 PK in Trace Orange? Sound off in the comments section below.

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Source: Atmos Tokyo

  1. This sneaker looks weirdly awesome. I’m not really feeling the colorway, but if Adidas releases a more simple design I’ll definitely cop. Its also nice to see Adidas pushing more cool non boost designs, as boost tends to bump up the price.

    1. I agree with the colorway; if it was in black/white or black/yellow, I think it would look so much cooler. Boost is comfortable but I wouldn’t mind having a Bounce midsole instead.

    1. The colorway definitely makes the wool stand out more. I’m interested to see what these would be like on-foot.

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