The Chinese sportswear label pulled out all the stops at PFW.
Including footwear collaborations with Birkenstock and Li-Ning.
Inspired by Berlin’s cycling and underground club scenes.
With a multi-pod outsole.
Announced by Dwyane Wade himself.
The first-ever collaborative iteration of the chunky lifestyle silhouette.
Featuring a heavy mix of rubber, nylon, mesh, leather and suede.
The Chinese brand is even outperforming Nike and adidas in terms of growth.
From self-lacing Nikes to 4D technology and all-terrain-enduring kicks.
A futuristic aesthetic inspired by nature.