adidas Originals Launches Collection of Heritage-Inspired Timepieces

Four collections in several color options.

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adidas Originals has launched its first collection of watches inspired by the brand’s rich heritage, stretching back to the golden age of the ’70s. The collection features ARCHIVE, PROCESS, DISTRICT and CYPHER timepieces in several different colors and will be available in cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, London and Paris in March.

ARCHIVE details include sculpted buttons inspired by iconic footwear design, clean surfaces mated to a subtly sculptural five-link, stainless steel bracelet and dual timezone and chronograph functions. 
PROCESS utilizes an updated classic frame, DISTRICT highlights classically round timepieces with a modern approach, and CYPHER features unidirectional indexed bezel and a modern case that is functional in style and void of excess.

Grab these timepieces online today on adidaswatches.com. In related news, Grand Seiko celebrates the 9F’s 25th anniversary with two limited edition watches.

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