PAM PAM Takes a Walk on the Wild Side For Latest adidas ZX 1000 Collaboration

Serving as the 13th drop of the 26 pair A-ZX Pack.

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Aside from the many Yeezy releases and Pharrell NMD Hu drops that have trickled out this year, one of adidas‘ 2020 highlights has been the revival of its A-ZX series. Thus far, the collection has seen 12 collaborative releases with the likes of LEGO, IRAK, the National Park Foundation and more, and now the Three Stripes imprint is checking off the letter “P” for drop number 13 that entails a project with PAM PAM.

Together, the Europe-based companies have elected to team up on the adidas ZX 1000. Visually, this lifestyle-ready rendition amalgamates neutral tones, pastel accents, and animalistic patterns. Greyscale hues eat up most of the real estate here via off-white base layers and stark black overlays, the latter of which land down the throat, towards the heels and around the toe tips. Subtle doses of “Trace Pink” lay along the lateral/medial stripes, heels and forefoot section of the treading, while leopard-printed pony hair textures hug the lower mid-to-heel overlay. Further details to point out include laces covered with repetitive “pam pam” branding, as well as the detachable golden ZX 1000 charm that dangles from the right foot’s first lace loop.

The PAM PAM x adidas ZX 1000 will be available globally on November 27th for $130 USD via adidas and select retailers.

Elsewhere in sneaker news, the Packer x adidas Consortium Ultra4D collaboration has been unveiled.

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