Paul Pogba & adidas Reunite for Basketball-Inspired Collaboration

Complete with James Harden-influenced sneakers.

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adidas has continued its ongoing collaboration with France and Manchester United footballer Paul Pogba. For the Spring/Summer 2019 collection, Pogba has taken inspiration from both his career as a footballer and his passion for basketball.

The six-piece capsule covers footwear and apparel, with stand-out pieces including basketball jerseys and shorts referencing the collection’s influence. Other key pieces include track pants and a co-branded track jacket. The collection prominently features the unique “PP” logo, and comes in a red, black and white color palette in reference to the iconic Predator boots.

For the footwear element of the collection, Pogba has taken the tooling from James Harden’s signature Harden Vol. 2 basketball shoe. The P+ sneaker comes in a predominantly white upper, offset with red Three Stripes and black detailing. The full collection is available from the adidas web store and select retailers now.

In related news, take a look at adidas’ new MLS capsule for Earth Day.

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