A Closer Look at the NEIGHBORHOOD x adidas Originals Iniki Runner BOOST

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A little less than a month ago, the first image of a NEIGHBORHOOD x adidas Originals Iniki Runner BOOST surfaced on Instagram. We now give you an exclusive closer look at the upcoming collaboration courtesy of @randygalang, @13thmessenger and @parag0n.

Covered in a Primeknit black upper, the toe cap and Three Stripes receives a suede makeover finished off with “NEIGHBORHOOD” in white. The BOOST unit also gets covered in black and contrasted with a white outsole white co-branding can be seen on the tongue tabs. Finally, “NBHD” and “BRGD” are embossed and adorn the rear heel tabs so everyone can tell you’re part of the NEIGHBORHOOD Brigade.

Check out the shots above and let us know your thoughts on the collab and stay tuned for release details.

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@13thmessenger
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