The Pharrell Williams x adidas Originals Solar NMD Hu Pack Is Slated for a Summer Release

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According to famed sneaker insiders Yeezy Mafia, the Pharrell Williams x adidas Originals Solar NMD Hu Pack will be releasing sooner than expected. As part of Pharrell’s ongoing collaborative efforts with the German giant, the pack was originally slated for a fall drop, but has now been rumored to be moved up to August.

Comprised of multiple colorways, each model boasts bright Africa-inspired looks with different tribal patterns and prints. While a signature white BOOST midsole remains intact, a new trail-style sole adds a new touch to the collaborative sneakers. The shoes’ upper also features a different message with the orange/blue pair reading “Milele Mbele,” the red/blue version featuring “Mother Land,” and the yellow/black with “Empower and Inspire.” A navy-colored cage with lacing system finishes off the look of each pair.

The Pharrell Williams x adidas Originals Solar NMD Hu Pack is expected to release on August 18. For more sneaker releases, check out the hottest pair dropping this week.

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