The Simpsons and adidas Come Together for a Duff Beer-Inspired Forum '84 Low

“It’s Always Time For Duff”.

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Rather than pay homage to the iconic characters of The Simpsons such as Homer, Bart, Marge and company, adidas has teamed up with the iconic television franchise to craft footwear offerings based off the shows’s signature food and beverages. Following up on its “Flaming Moe’s” ZX 1000, the two parties have reunited to create a brand new Forum ‘84 Low collaboration that’s inspired by Duff Beer.

This forthcoming makeup is designed with every intention to mimc the tin can of Homer’s favorite American lager. Metallic silver coatings cascade down the throat and onto the perforated toe boxes, while touches of bold red are projected onto the side panels, toe tip overlays and the straps. Stark black notes are also brought to the table and touch down on the stripes, interior lining and rims of the aforementioned straps. Tongues substitute their usual adidas branding for an actual Duff Beer logo and golden accents ripped from the can are applied to edges of the throat and onto the heels. Moreover, the shoes also come packed with lace Duff Beer dubraes to further echo its theme.

If interested in picking these up, you can find retailers like Sivasdescalzo raffling them off right now for €100 (approx. $122 USD).

Elsewhere in footwear news, Pharrell and adidas are dropping the collaborative NMD Hu “Clear Aqua” soon.

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