The two companies partnered on footwear this year for both spring and fall. Now, the businesses have added an apparel co-collection for spring ’16.
The beefed-up offering was unveiled during spring ’16 Paris Men’s Fashion Week, alongside White Mountaineering founder Yosuke Aizawa’s main line.
“The limited color options are inspired by uniforms — they remind me of chambray,” Aizawa said in a statement. “The color-blocking and the triangle piece on the back of the apparel and the footwear’s heel-patch area is a collaboration signoff and nods to the detailing of White Mountaineering’s main line.”
The capsule collection includes a total of 26 apparel items, from jackets and shorts to cardigans and leggings. Each item displays Adidas’ three-stripe logo.
The companies said the looks stem from Adidas’ archives, though each style was “reinterpreted and updated by White Mountaineering.”
The shoes will focus on five Adidas styles: BW Army, Supergrip, ZX 500 HI, Formel 1 and Energy Boost.
To see the whole collection, from toe to head, check out the video below.