Adidas has released another addition to its list of NMD colorway –  the NMD Runners.

Cleveland Cavaliers star Iman Shumpert was featured in new images for the Adidas NMD Runners ad. The Source wrote the Adidas NMD colorways presented are grey, navy, black and a red ‘circa knit’ variation, which was worn by Shumpert in the new ad.

Unlike the Primeknit uppers which were seen on previous NMD Runner releases, these colorways use mesh constructions for an equally lightweight and breathable feel at a fraction of the price, Complex wrote.

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Each colorway has a set price of $120 and the ‘circa knit’ is at a price tag of $130. You can grab the different colorways at select Adidas Originals retailers and at the Adidas NMD official website starting Thursday (March 17.)

The latest five style are in “Lush Red/Black/White,” “Black/White/Clear Blue,” “Core Black/Core Black/White,” “Light Onyx/Light Onyx/White,” and “Collegiate Navy/Collegiate Navy/White.” Three styles for women are also available – “Black/Peach,” “White/Blue Glow,” and “Black/Ink.” For kids, there is “Black/Black/White,” “Light Onyx/Light Onyx/White,” and “Shadow Blue/Solid Magenta/White” colorways to choose from, Complex added.

You can check out each colorway here.

Meanwhile, Adidas is also expected to introduce the black Boost to the NMD Runner soon.

According to Complex, Adidas has released on Instagram a shot by photographer Jason Henley that was picked up by the @BOOST vibes Twitter account and retweeted by Adidas global director of entertainment and influencer marketing Jon Wexler, the first images of the brand’s NMD Runner with a black Boost sole.

The sneakers have mostly all-black upper with dashes of white around the striped ankle collar and Japanese text on the EVA plug at the front. The Japanese text translates to “Three Stripes brand,” Complex wrote in a separate report.

There’s no confirmed release date for the black Boost, but rumours have indicated it could possibly be available by May.