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These VEIL x Adidas Oscillate Warm Trail Runners Are Unmistakably Bright

Submitted by on December 12, 2011 – 1:13 pm2 Comments

In a good way! When we first laid eyes on these adidas Oscillate Warm Trail Runners, we weren’t quite sure what to think about them. They’re obviously very colorful and their name—the “Purple Swamphen”—is taken from the name of a bird that the Romans used to keep around simply to look at because of their beautiful and intriguing feathers. But these things also do more than just look good.

To create these, adidas teamed up with a Japanese company called VEIL and utilized the adidas CLIMAWARM technology. CLIMAWARM makes it so that cool air and precipitation cannot penetrate through the shoe when you’re running, walking, or simply kicking it outside during the winter season. Basically, this shoe is perfect for anyone who’s ever thrown on a pair of sneakers in the winter, walked outside, and then thought, ‘Yo, I really should have worn a pair of boots today!’ These stand up to the weather like a pair of boots would and protect your feet during the months when you need it most.

To try and make these sneakers even a little more enticing to you, adidas and VEIL have also created a matching backpack that coordinates nicely with the sneakers and is also functional. If you’re into hiking, running through the woods, you know, that sort of thing, this backpack will be the perfect accessory to these sneakers. So if you’re in the market for a good, reliable, climate-proof sneaker, try a pair of these on for size. You won’t be disappointed.

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