A few months ago, Kanye West shared a photo of his rough sketches of the “Yeezy 2019” line of sneakers. Based on Kanye’s sketches, the adidas YEEZY models that will be debuting next year will include the 50 V2, 451, 700 V3, 1050, the Terrex, and an unknown “Basketball” model. Also among them was a rough sketch of the Yeezy 350 V3, which until last year was believed to be making its debut in 2018, which was proven not to be the case. Kanye West’s rough sketches aside, further evidence seems to have popped up that suggests that the Yeezy Boost 350 V3 will indeed arrive early in 2019. Continue reading The adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V3 Will Reportedly Debut During 2019’s First Quarter
Back in June, adidas Originals teased a collaboration involving the Futurecraft 4D with four of the world’s leading and popular sneaker boutiques, namely Foot Patrol, Invincible, KITH, and Sneakersnstuff. The premise of this collaboration was that each of these four boutiques would design their own individual, unique iteration of the revolutionary Futurecraft 4D. The Invincible x adidas Consortium Futurecraft 4D iteration dubbed “Prism” already made its retail debut at the boutique in Taiwan on August 4th at a price of $400. Two months later, the Footpatrol x adidas Consortium Futurecraft 4D has been officially unveiled and it will be making its retail debut later in September 2018. Continue reading This Is The Footpatrol x adidas Consortium Futurecraft 4D Arriving In September 2018
Respect Your Roots is adidas Skateboarding’s ongoing series through which they honor and pay tribute to legends of the sport. Over the recent years, adidas has been celebrating skateboarding heritage and paying homage to legendary skateboarders with their “Respect Your Roots” Collections. Back in 2015, the adidas Skateboarding’s “Respect Your Roots” Collection paid homage to Drake Jones, Joey Blast, Kareem Campbell and Richard Angelides. For each of these skateboarding pioneers, adidas designed a Superstar iteration that was inspired by the shell-toed shoes that they adopted back in the days. adidas Skateboarding’s latest “Respect Your Roots” Collection is specifically a tribute to professional skateboarder, Brian Lotti. Continue reading adidas Skateboarding’s Latest Upcoming “Respect Your Roots” Collection Pays Homage To Brian Lotti
It has been over two years now since Kobe Bryant played his final NBA game, prior to bidding farewell to the league and retiring from the sport of professional basketball. Ever since, he has working with Nike to release updated, “Retro” versions of his original signature sneakers, the first of these being the Zoom Kobe 1 Proto. However, before the inauguration of his longstanding relationship with Nike, Kobe already had an impressive lineup of signature adidas sneakers, which included the adidas Kobe and KB8 sneakers. It seems that adidas is revamping the KB8 II, drawing inspiration from Nike’s Kobe 1 Proto, and have named it the Crazy BYW 98. Continue reading This adidas Crazy BYW 98 Is An Upgraded Version Of Kobe Bryant’s KB8
For quite some time, Pharrell Williams has been one of adidas’ foremost collaborators. The partnership between adidas and Pharrell dates back to March 2014. Pharrell’s first official collaboration was with adidas Consortium in the form of the Stan Smith “Solid Pack,” which made its retail debut on September 20th, 2014. Back in March 2016, adidas even gave Pharrell his very own signature sneaker model, the PW ZX 333. However, his most frequent and popular collaborations with adidas have revolved around his NMD Hu model. In fact, for their latest collaboration, adidas Originals and Pharrell worked together on a “SOLARHU” collection, which includes NMD Hu and Tennis Hu V2 colorways. Continue reading The Entire Pharrell And adidas Originals “SOLARHU” Collection Is Arriving At Retailers Soon
The very first photo of the adidas NMD TS1 Primeknit was leaked online on Instagram by @sneakerprophet_. At the time, it was a brand new variation of the NMD that adidas had not released yet. One of its unique features includes the fact that its lacing system has tongue flaps on top of them and its sides are covered in a synthetic material. The NMD TS1 eventually made its retail debut as a part of the mita sneakers x adidas Consortium “Cages And Coordinates” Pack on July 14th. adidas seems to have further modified the NMD TS1 by incorporating the GORE-TEX fabric into its construction. Continue reading adidas Has Incorporated GORE-TEX Into This “Triple Black” Iteration Of The NMD TS1
Back in June 2017, Jordan Brand introduced the Super.Fly 2017, which was one of the two models that marked the debut of Nike’s full-length REACT core cushioning system. Additionally, it featured snug, one-piece uppers with graphic detailing inspired by the Air Jordan 4 and 11. During the Team USA Basketball Mini-Camp in Las Vegas on July 26th, 2018, Kemba Walker unveiled the latest model from the Super.Fly line on the court. Blake Griffin’s latest signature sneaker model has been named the Jordan Super.Fly MVP. It is finally set to make its retail debut in four different colorways among the Air Jordan releases 2018 in the coming weeks.