Pharrell and adidas Keep It Comfy With New BOOST-Filled Slides

Releasing in tonal orange, black and pink colorways.

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Pharrell and adidas first dipped their collaborative toes into sandals with the Adilette 2.0 from 2019’s “Now Is Her Time” pack, but now the two are moving from strap sandals to slides with a new BOOST-equipped sandal. Prepared in tonal orange, black and yet-to-be-revealed pink colorways, each slide manages to pack a substantial amount of detail into its stripped-back build, and promises the signature full-foot comfort associated with bouncy BOOST foam.

Straps are dual-layered, with a breathable, perforated mesh base present under a hook-and loop closure system that’s smooth in build and features Pharrell’s triangular Hu logo. EVA foam footbeds offer up a monochromatic iteration of the Hu line’s anatomy-inspired graphic, and are surrounded by soft BOOST foam on all sides for a combination of support and comfort. Wavy, ridged rubber outsoles with a pattern that’s almost Crazy BYW-esque in nature complete the look.

All three colorways of Pharrell and adidas Originals‘ BOOST-equipped slides will release at retailers like Asphalt Gold on August 1. The MSRP for each pair is set at €99 EUR (approximately $116 USD).

For more summertime sandal options, check out Nike‘s new Asuna Slide in an understated “Medium Olive” or TOGA‘s high-end takes on Suicoke’s MURA and DEPA sandals.

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