To answer that question… I, for sure, won’t. Just look at the furry footwear. It’s so adorable and so obviously prone to dirt that I won’t let it out on the streets with or without me. Yes, we are talking about the new Jeremy Scott’s Teddy Bear adidas Slides.
Here’s a heads up for anyone who are buying LEGO sets this week – especially if you are a sneaker head who plan on buying the LEGO 10282 adidas Originals Superstar Sneaker set.
I am sure you have seen or heard of the adidas x LEGO sneakers. Here’s yet another. However, this one here is not wearable. It is a LEGO set… of a single adidas Originals sneaker.
Joining the many adidas collaborative kicks like adidas Originals x LEGO ZX 8000, Ultraboost DNA x LEGO Plates, NMD R1 The Mandalorian is another pair of National Park sneakers.
Following the first LEGO x adidas sneakers and the Ultraboost DNA x LEGO Plates, LEGO has revealed a brand new adidas Originals x LEGO ZX800 ‘Bricks’ Collection for the new season.
By now, LEGO x adidas shoes aren’t new. There is a bunch of LEGO x adidas sneakers for all ages listed on adidas website. However, this pair of adidas Ultraboost DNA x LEGO Plates Running Shoes is different from what we have seen thus far.
Fitness heads, are you aware that adidas sells adidas-branded headphones too? Yup, they sure do. The German sporting goods giant has partnered with Zound Industries, maker of speakers and headphones that is also behind big names like Marshall Headphones and Urbanears, to offer audio tech with adidas style and performance.
Good news, fans of Disney+’s The Mandalorian, you can soon roam the street (or Mandalore if you find a way to get there) in The Mandalorian style – thanks to this collaboration between the German sports shoe maker and Disney. And it has not one, but two designs.
By now, LEGO x adidas sneakers is pretty much official even without official words from either party. And we had a good look – thanks to Round Two’s co-founder Sean Wotherspoon. However, it is only today that LEGO puts out the official words along with some images.
LEGO is on a collaboration spree that are not quite toy-related. First with IKEA for playable storage solution, then Levis’ with LEGO-infused fashion and lifestyle pieces, and now, adidas.