BAPE x adidas's Rumored 2019 Release Also Includes Shark Hoodies, Helmet & More

Potential ultraBOOSTs already got teased with news of cleats also coming.

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The rumored BAPE x adidas collaboration reportedly coming up in early 2019 is getting a lot more buzz. After a pair of ultraBOOSts have already leaked, it looks like a few more items are now being teased to accompany the drop. According to popular leaker Instagram account @py_rates, the partnership will also include Shark hoodies, a Riddell helmet and football cleats. Other football-centric products that have no imagery yet are the arm sleeves, tights and jerseys. Everything is priced at the range of $40 USD to $600 USD with the helmet being the most expensive.

Again, the reason for the release of the football items is because the collective will drop around 2019’s NFL Super Bowl game. Everything should be dropping around February of next year according to multiple rumored reports. Above are images of what look to be mockups or possibly leaked official designs of the range. Take a look above and sound off in the comments.

In BAPE related news, the streetwear imprint just released some mooncakes.

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