To the newer generation, sneaker collaborations are the norm and at this point they’re probably jaded to the whole concept as so many brands unveil new joint projects on a weekly basis. But if there’s one thing to point out, it’s the fact that we probably wouldn’t have all of this if it weren’t for Kanye West. He didn’t necessarily pioneer sneaker collabs, but he’s certainly been one of the most influential icons in footwear history just under Michael Jordan. And just like he’s been doing since signing with the Three Stripes in 2015, he’s got a boatload of colorways in the chamber that are dropping this year, one being this stealthy
Digitalized camo patterns still make their way onto this lifestyle offering and come predominantly styled with gray and black patterns. Sitting towards the mid-foot is a post-dyed monofilament side stripe that breaks up the aforementioned darker neutrals with a blend of white and gray. The shoe strings match up with the base layer as they are coated in a similar dark gray hue. Down below, the BOOST cushioning is wrapped with a smooth midsole and dyed to a charcoal tint.
adidas hasn’t confirmed a release date or official nickname for these just yet, but note that they are expected to arrive during the holiday season for $230 USD.
Elsewhere in footwear, Packer and adidas Consortium have teamed up for an Ultra4D collaboration.