Pharrell Debuts Collaborative adidas Crazy BYW X

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Shortly after the reveal of his collaborative suit collection alongside G-Star RAW, Pharrell has been seen sporting a new joint project with the Three Stripes. While in Beijing with adidas Originals he wore a special edition of the adidas Crazy BYW X. This iteration incorporates a wide selection of colors such as yellow, blue, green, and red throughout the piping on its upper and outsole unit. Pharrell’s signature look is continued as the word “GRATITUDE” is placed on the right sneaker with “EMPATHY” on the left. The laces also add reflective 3M speckles to complete the design.

Browse the images and let us know where the pair ranks among Pharrell’s previous adidas collabs. Stay tuned for additional info regarding a potential release. You can also take a closer look at the Pharrell x adidas Originals NMD Hu Trail “Afro” Pack.

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