Streetwear has moved on to cropped dad slacks, and elephant jeans are biding their time. But athleisure endures in the latest drop from Adidas By Kolor. The Hybrid Pants put a tech wear twist to track pants using Adidas’ breathable fabric on its roomy crotch.
Inspired by the EQT Cushion ’91, the Adidas EQT Cushion ADV has a knit upper with nubuck and suede panels and reflective 3-stripe yarn. No Boost though. It drops on 8/12/17 for $160 in different stripe colors, each limited to a region. US gets green, EU gets blue, and Asia gets red.
Forest fire. Part of adidas‘ 2017 fall/winter collab with White Mountaineering, this oversized jacket puts a futuristic military spin on winter gear. It has angled front pockets, reflective logos and stylized three-stripes on the shoulders and cuffs. Also available in black.
Cool, calm and collecting W’s. Unlike most coach jackets, Adidas Originals and Wings + Horns’ version is made of cotton linen and mesh, so you’ll stay cool and light even with a shirt underneath it. It also has discreet hand pockets and Adidas’ stripes on the sleeves.
In its onslaught of Boosts and Gazelle spinoffs, adidas forgot that they made the German army trainer. The brand with three stripes will soon rectify that mistake with a re-release of the BW Army in classic leather and suede. Drops 6/16/17 in black or white.
Turns out you can hug fire. Adidas’ loose and wooly sweater isn’t for everyone, but if you can pull it off, people won’t be able to stop touching you. Or at least wiping their hands on you. It only comes in chocolate brown because it’s already perfect that way.
adidas teamed up with skateboarder Lucas Puig and his homies at Hélas for a dope ’80s-themed collection. The highlights are a track jacket, track pants and shorts that are all made of nylon. The drop also includes an all-white variant of the Matchcourt skate shoe.
First available only as part of collaborations, the Gazelle’s Primeknit variant is now available as a general release. The first batch of Gazelle PK’s come in gray, blue and red. They’re very light and comfy but a pain to clean. Photos by Lower Grounds. Also available at END.
Wide peripheral vision and VARiO technology which enables lenses to change from light to dark tint within seconds makes playing outside in the new Adidas Sport eyewear offering full of win. Adjustable temples, double snap nose bridge and detachable Climacool sweat bar too.
UK shoe store JD Sports locked down four seasonal colorways of Adidas’ dope Primeknit re-up of the EQT Support: gray, olive, navy and white. The mesh upper is paired with either a suede or plastic trim. The store also has a pair of camo colorways on deck.
The Boost-updgraded Stan Smith looks awful. Thankfully Adidas toned it down for its shell-toed classic. The Superstar Boost retains its classic look, except for the exposed midsole on the inside arch. Drops 2/9/17. There’s also a BAPE x Neighborhood variant with Primeknit.