Billionaire Boys Club and adidas Originals Gear up for a Bold New NMD Hu

Striped goodness.

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Cultural icon Pharrell Williams continues his collaborative efforts with the Three Stripes, this time incorporating his Billionaire Boys Club imprint.

The bold new take on the adidas Originals NMD Hu silhouette sees a color-blocked upper consisting of a red, blue, yellow and white candy-striped colorway. Instead of Pharrell’s usual inspirational messages found on the shoes, a large “B” and the label’s spaceman logo are featured. Red panels on the heels feature another “B” logo on the left, while the right showcases adidas Trefoil. A signature white BOOST midsole remains intact and a navy-colored cage with lacing system finishes off the look of the pair.

So far no release notes have been revealed for the Billionaire Boys Club x adidas Originals NMD Hu, but stay tuned for further details.

For more sneaker releases, the Air Jordan 1 “Satin Shattered Backboard” leads this week’s footwear drops.

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