The sportswear powerhouse and the iconic Japanese designer celebrated the 15th anniversary of their relationship with the introduction of four new sneaker styles using the most cutting-edge technology.
The new Suberou slip-on sneaker comes with statement graphics on the tongue. The Bashyo is a slim, midcut style that mixes stretch canvas, leather and rubber. The Saikou comes with Adidas Boost cushioning, socklike Primeknit upper and suede toe cap.
The Kusari has a brand-new side-facing lace system for increased stability. Slip-on sneakers and sock style models are set to be an huge trend for spring ’18, but let’s not forget that Adidas has spearheaded these constructions from the get-go.
Red high-top looks made for a celebratory splash of color amid the mass of monochrome, and there where also plenty of logo hosiery on display. After all, what uniform is complete without a pair of regulation-issue socks?