Adidas’ newest Tubular model borrows the silhouette of basketball high tops. The Tubular Invader’s upper is mostly made of suede with synthetic leather on its heel. Our only complaint about it is that it only comes in red/white for now.
California streetwear store Bait celebrates 4/20 with Happy, a marijuana-themed Stan Smith Vulc. The shoe has a hemp upper with a stoned out pattern, heel tabs and labels inspired by medical marijuana stickers and a stash for “small items.” Advanced sale raffle here.
We are so ready to go get it with Adidas Golf’s too cool Ultimate Shorts. The great range of motion from the stretch waistband and wicking, water resistant fabric makes it easy to excel in any activity, including sitting on the couch with a beverage and watching the Masters.
The influential silhouette from Yohiji Yamamoto’s Adidas line remains fire even with the torrent of stylish runners and trainers, but obviously its outrageous price keeps it rare. This new all-white colorway keeps it fresh. We can hear it calling to us. Eating’s overrated anyway!
Enhance your game with the re-engineered BOOST shoe from Adidas Golf; you’ll get superior stability and midfoot support from the 360WRAP that surrounds the foot, independent flexibility between forefoot and heel, great grip, and full-length cushioning for max comfort.
An extremely limited edition of the Superstar with a seamless upper CNC milled from a single piece of leather. Like the Futurecraft 3D, the Futurecraft Leather represents Adidas’ goal to create custom-fit shoes. The design also drastically reduces the use of adhesive.
Adidas and Palace Skateboards came out swinging with the dope knitted shoes last year, but this time they’re taking a simpler approach. The Pro Boost has a suede upper and Boost midsole, while the Pro has a leather or suede upper and a rubber midsole. Both drop 11/7/15.
We love the freedom of movement in Adidas Outdoor’s down hoodie. Ripstop nylon, heat seals and guards minimize cold spots and 800+ fill power 90/10 goose down make you feel like you’re wearing nothing. The styling is sick too – perfect for city or mountain.
This proof-of-concept running shoe has a 3D printed midsole. Adidas envisions that someday you can go into a shoe store, use a scanner and walk out with shoes that are customized to your feet. In concept form though, its outsole looks like it’s customized to last five minutes.