Nike's auto-lacing basketball sneaker is getting a familiar colorway.
Self-lacing sneakers were supposed to be something you would only see in the movies. Eventually, however, Nike decided to make them a real thing and started adding auto-lacing technology to the midsoles of certain models. It all started with the Nike HyperAdapt and then, the Nike Adapt BB was born. In the interim, we even got a Nike Adapt Huarache and now, an Air Max Adapt. Now, though, we have the Nike Adapt BB 2.0 which will certainly be getting a lot of playing time on NBA courts over the next year.
A couple of colorways of this model have dropped here and there over the last few months but now, we are getting an "Oreo" colorway which will go with almost any uniform. As you can see from the official images below, the shoe has a white upper with black highlights, including the Nike swoosh. From there, the back heel is cement grey with some black speckles.
There is no release date for these yet so be on the lookout over at Nike.com if you are interested in copping. These are set to go for $400 USD.