adidas Originals is teaming up with LEGO to create a colorful new sneaker as part of its A-ZX collection. The shoes feature a mix of primary colors against a white background, along with a LEGO brick lace dubrae, and textured plastics that resemble LEGO studs. Coming 9.25.2020 for $130.
Inspired by sunset at Joshua Tree National Park, these special A-ZX-series sneakers are done up in Vapour Pink, Easy Orange, and Tech Purple. They have a Cordura nylon upper and Nubuck overlays, a park graphic on the tongue, and reflective two-tone laces. The sneakers drop on adidas.com and select retailers on 8.21.2020.
adidas‘ high tech running shoe features a digitally-printed resin midsole that’s precisely tuned to offer great heel cushioning, and a springy front for quick takeoffs. It has a breathable sandwich mesh upper, and its rubber outsole provides superior traction. There’s also a sweet triple black colorway in the works.
adidas‘ retro-modern wristwatches have a sleek, angular style with dual LCD screens, one showing the date, and the other showing the time. They feature brushed stainless steel cases, with matching metal link bracelets, and come in black, silver, gunmetal, navy, and rose gold color schemes.
Inspired by an early-2000s midsole design, adidas quirky, but cool Microbounce T1 puts a spring in your step with cushioning cells that remind us of the suckers on an octopus’ tentacles. We dig the contrast of the rainbow colors with the black upper and cream patent leather mud guard.
adidas Skateboarding teamed up with pro boarder Jason Dill to create a pair of everyday sneakers that resemble Italian snakeskin leather. Despite their lazy loafer inspiration, they’re totally good for skating with their low-profile shape, molded sockliner, and rubber outsole. Drops 3/14/20.
A very special gift for sneaker fanatics, Taschen’s 644-page coffee table book tells the storied history of famed footwear brand adidas through images. It features more than 350 pairs of shoes, including rare prototypes, one-of-a-kind originals, and iconic designs throughout the years.
Celebrate your love for Star Wars and show your support for the Rebellion with adidas‘ X-Wing-inspired Ultraboost running shoes. They feature a flexible Stretchweb outsole, high traction Continental rubber treads, and are decked out in a Sesame, Active Orange, and Carbon color scheme.
Keep the water out while you stay comfortable underneath adidas‘ fully-waterproof jacket. It’s got three layers of fabric to keep heat from getting trapped. Its deployable hood and tall collar provide added shelter from the storm, while shoulder straps let it hang when the sun comes out. Available in gold or black.
The Futurecraft Loop is a prototype running shoe with an upper, outsole and laces made entirely out of recyclable TPU. Paired with adidas‘ Boost midsole, the Futurecraft Loop is also made to be durable and comfortable. Its second generation is slated for general release.
To celebrate the final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, adidas is releasing a series of UltraBoost 4.0 shoes, inspired by the Houses Targaryen, Stark, and Lannister, the White Walkers, the Night’s Watch, and the Mother of Dragons. Expect them to drop in spring 2019.
adidas‘ Berlin-exclusive variant of the EQT Support 93 has an embroidered ticket on its tongue that’s good for a year’s use of the city’s public transport. Limited to 500 pairs, the shoe sold for about $220, which is a steal compared to the ticket’s $890 value.