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When it comes to sneaker collaborations, Solebox really adidas flux trainers gets around. If you look at their rap sheet over the past year alone you ll see that they ve already linked up with Reebok, Saucony, Supra, and Puma. They re about to add another notch to their belt in the form of this, an adidas Originals team up that oughta be an all-German banger (both entities were born there). Stay tuned with Sneaker News for the definitive word on this upcoming Solebox x adidas Originals project and let us know in the comments below which specific silo you d most like to see selected for the collaboration.
It s been overshadowed and outnumbered in recent years by many of its classic Three Striped peers, but the adidas Originals Tobacco appears poised to make a serious comeback, even if only one store will have them. Following up on earlier adi s Archive exclusives, British sneaker specialists Size? announce another two suede plus leather makeups for the FW12 season. Black and especially adidas originals tubular white pairs have a Tabula Rasa look to them, and both will arrive in limited numbers in-store and online this Friday, September 14th.
When adidas Originals showed off new colorways of their classic Tech Super runner last week, we were reminded of how major brands have enjoyed significant success with resurrecting some of their more obscure running adidas tubular mens OGs. Asics and New Balance have given their brands new relevance as fans learn to appreciate the value of a timeless design, and of course, Nike Sportswear has sprinted so far out in front in this category with plenty of heat still in the vaults. The latest obscure resurrection is the Nike Air Base II, pictured here with VNTG treatments that make this quintessentially early 90s colorup appear as if it were on ice for those two decades. Click through to see more of from a time that helped make Nike the dominant leader it is today and stick with Sneaker News to see when these return to retail.
The last several weeks adidas flip flops mens of Classics Revisited were all about the most prized Nike relics of our generation, but adidas deserves just as much mention as its competing brand. We ll go ahead and state the obvious and say that adidas has a lot of ground to cover in the American lifestyle/streetwear scene, but the next five adidas shoes we re laying out this week have as much clout as any other shoe we put front-and-center for Classics Revisited. We might as well set the bar high and kick things off with what might be one of the best sneaker collaborations of 2007 the IRAK x adidas EQT.
Last week we caught a glimpse of the upcoming adidas ZX5000 designed in tandem with California-based UNDFTD and Japan-born A Bathing Ape, spotted on the cover of the upcoming Sneaker Freaker issue 25. It s a perfect mix of the two distinct viewpoints, mixing Bape s signature camouflage print logo on the upper and UNDFTD s American roots with the red, white, and blue stripes on the upper. Gold-foil logos are spotted on the heels, with the UNDFTD logo standing alone on the left shoe and the Bape symbol on the right. Just like the two adidas Campus colorways we showed you earlier, the ZX5000 of this capsule is set for a release on October 26th, so get a full view below and let us know which of the three picks of the adidas tubular womens UNDFTD x Bape x adidas ZX5000 you like best.
One of three releases as part of the UNDFTD x A Bathing Ape x adidas Originals capsule is this military-friendly colorway of the adidas Stan Smith; using the classic Bape camouflage print on the tongue and interior lining with an UNDFTD BAPE tag-line on the upper, this eventual classics draws comparison to perhaps the most iconic adidas collaboration in history the Bape x adidas Superskate. October 26th is the reported release date for these bad boys, so give them a good look after the jump and let us know what you think.