Alongside Pharrell and adidas’s latest NMD Hu, a full adidas Originals x ‘The Mandalorian’ collection and a new Vision Racer from Jaden Smith and New Balance.
Two colorways with aquatic color schemes and frighteningly good fanged detailing.
Drawing inspiration from Japan’s World Cup jerseys, GEL-Lyte III designer Shigeyuki Mitsui, and Kendo, the “way of the sword.”
With a festive colorway and zodiac-inspired details.
Along with a special “Kawhi’s Fun House” pop-up.
A new PUMA RS-X stands at the center of the collaboration.
Doused in treated leather and silvery mesh.
A fully functioning boombox from decades ago.
The sneaker will hit select Shoe Palace stores and online on Oct. 20.
Featuring the UA Curry 1 and Curry 4.