Some of them definitely went under the radar!

When it comes to being a big fan of adidas, Mervin Kei is one personality you should check out. As a DJ and the founder of adidas Talk Philippines, Mervin is your go-to person when it comes to anything about the Three Stripes. Be it general releases or hype collabs, Mervin sure knows how to take photos of his collection and create a sleek Instagram feed for all of your #feedgoals.

With thousands of photos on his Instagram, Mervin shared several adidas sneakers that are either hyped up or under-the-radar cool. Here are our picks:

Still remember Pharrell Williams’ many takes on the Hu NMD Trail?

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Hike 🌍 #adidasPharrellWilliams

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Mid-cut UltraBoost sneakers are often overlooked, but we are sure these Kith x Nonnative collabs will grab your attention even if they have the classic triple black motif:

Now that is a pair of UltraBoosts that you’ll rarely see these days (fun fact: these came out back in 2015):

 

adidas is giving some cool colorways for the NMD R1 (and even bringing back the glitch camo print), so maybe they should bring back the CS1 aka City Sock too:

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Ankoku Toshi Jitsu #NND_CS1 @thegoodwillout

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While people are going crazy for Travis Scott’s collabs with Nike, Pusha T also has a few dope collabs with adidas. These EQT Boosts are a great example:

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#EQT Support Ultra PK – King Push 'Bodega Babies'

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While this Wings + Horns collab may not be familiar to everyone, this is an example of “less is more” done right.

Do you still remember the crazy-looking Tubular Doom? Maybe adidas should bring back these bad boys:

 

The NMD CS2 is one of the more underrated models under the NMD line. Thankfully, KITH and Naked gave a great makeover to this sock-like sneaker:

Military-inspired Superstar boots!? Yes, they do exist, and they look kickass too.

 

While every Yeezy fan is fussing over the next Yeezy Boost 700 and Yeezy Boost 350 colorway, we think adidas should retro their first Yeezy sneaker:

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