Sean Wotherspoon Skates in the Latest Prada x adidas Originals Sneaker

The Round Two frontman 5-0 grinds, busts flip tricks and more in the new silhouette.

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After leaving Nike in 2019 and revealing his partnership with adidas in January 2020, Round Two co-owner Sean Wotherspoon has leaned fully into the Three Stripe life, releasing a sustainable Superstar “Superearth” in August and now taking to his Instagram to show off a new Prada x adidas Originals sneaker. Via a short skate clip and small selection of both on/off-foot shots, Wotherspoon provides our most detailed look yet at the style, a stripped-back silhouette that seems to pull its overall shape from archival Prada trainers while using new-age materials for a mix of past and present.

Dressed almost entirely in white and silver, the shoe’s upper uses translucent TPE and mesh for a ghostly, revealing look. Of note are the silver Three Stripe graphics appearing under the quarter panel, and thick, milky ruber bumpers on toe and heel alike. Although it’s hard to tell, midsoles appear to be filled with BOOST cushioning. The shoe’s most notable detail, however, is the red Prada stripe that runs up the heel — the shoe’s only diversion from its white and silver palette, save for a red stamp on the insole.

A release date for this new Prada x adidas Originals collaboration has yet to be announced, but will likely surface soon. In the meantime, you can watch Wotherspoon’s skate clip and peruse the photos above.

For more footwear news, check out RECOUTURE’s new adidas Campus 80s collaboration.

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