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What to know about the Adidas FIT sneaker and what to look for in the coming months

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We’ve seen the sneaker before, and we’ve seen it a lot.

In fact, it was a shoe that was featured in a lot of the trailers and promos for the film “Fifty Shades of Grey,” but it was one that we really didn’t know much about.

Now, thanks to a new report from Bloomberg Businessweek, we have a lot more info about the shoe.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s report describes how Adidas has finally been able to make the shoe a reality, after years of delays and legal battles.

It goes into the specifics of how the sneakers were made, and it outlines the new shoe’s design and features.

The shoe itself has a sleek black silhouette that’s reminiscent of the adidas Originals NMD and NMD V. The silhouette, while somewhat reminiscent of other Nike sneakers, looks to have a more modern, modern-style look than the old adidas sneakers.

Adidas, the company that makes the shoes, says that the FIT shoe is meant to be a “fashion statement” and is going to go on sale in the spring.

Adidas says it will have more details on the new sneaker in the months to come.

The company also released an official statement on the shoe, which reads in part: Adidas will soon unveil the Fit in conjunction with the New York Fashion Week.

Adidas Originals FIT will debut on April 25th in the U.S. The New York City-based sports brand has yet to reveal any further details on its upcoming sneakers, but the sneaks are expected to be the first to hit the market.

Adidas previously had been reluctant to reveal a specific launch date, but has now confirmed that it will launch the Fits in the Spring.

The shoes are expected for a price tag of $350.

Adidas is also rumored to be releasing a new, all-black sneaker with an orange colorway, as well.

Adidas also teased that it is also planning to release a limited-edition line of Fits.

The sneakers will be available at select stores, and will be limited to 1,000 pairs.

Adidas has already released a limited run of adidas Fits, which will go on pre-order starting at $150.

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