Offering up a combo of classic tennis style and a modern-day

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Offering up a combo of classic tennis style and a modern-day

Postby CarolinaF8 » August 20th, 2021, 2:55 am

Offering up a combo of classic tennis style and a modern-day design ethos, the adidas supercourt femme is an unquestionably unique silhouette, and now it’s set to release in an ultra-luxurious snakeskin makeup. The upper is dressed entirely in a textured snakeskin print that combines black, tan, and sail, while an unadorned tan leather tongue provides some semblance of order among the wild stylings. Down below, the two-piece midsole features a light tan on the front and rear, both of which are held together by a darker tan piece — colored accents that wouldn’t look terribly out of place on a high-end Hender Scheme sneaker.
Though newly introduced, adidas yeezy pas cher pack is already quite extensive, featuring colorways rather unique to the rest of the line-up. Not only that, the range introduces a brand new construction for the Yeezy Boost 350 v2, one whose cages are visible thanks to the thin monofilament mesh.Earlier this weekend, yet another scheme was revealed, this pair clad in what is appropriately entitled “Mono Clay.” Though its namesake may bring to mind older standouts, the pair couldn’t be any further from familiar. Instead of a muddy, deep earth tone, the upper features what is effectively an orange pastel.
After recently working on a duo of Ultra Boosts for the Super Bowl, BAPE and the Three Stripes are linking back up for a new take on the adidas pod s3.1 prix, and this time they’ve welcomed a third partner into their collaborative fold: Japan’s Neighborhood. The formidable trifecta’s take on the Boost-equipped silhouette features a two-tone black and white upper that’s split down the middle by a stitched seam, offering a yin-and-yang style look on each foot.
Japanese label White Mountaineering’s partnership with adidas officially came to and end, closing the book (potentially temporarily) with an tech-wear focused concept on the adidas lxcon homme lifestyle shoe. Originally debuting at Paris Fashion Week in 2019, this collaboration beefed up the LXCON model with metallic buckles, ditching the laces for an alternative slip-on platform. As confirmed by the brand’s official press release back in January, a third triple-black colorway was indeed set for a release in the Spring/Summer."
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