Adidas is hitting San Francisco for the second stop on its Consortium Tour. First was Kith in New York, where loyal customers waited in line during a snowstorm to get a pair of the Ronnie Fieg x Adidas Tubular Doom sneakers. Now the brand is headed to San Fran’s Nice Kicks to check out its newest location and ring in the company’s 10th anniversary.
Nice Kicks is offering its take on Adidas’ recently launched NMD Runner. Inspired by San Francisco’s psychedelic 1960s history, the Primeknit upper features the store’s signature colors in an allover black-and-red tie-dye print.
The shoes have a Boost midsole, a graphic Consortium pattern on the insole and a Nice Kicks-branded tongue label. The NMD combines forward-thinking technology with touches of some of Adidas’ most iconic silhouettes.
The sneakers drop on Feb. 6 at Nice Kicks for $170. They will also be available starting Feb. 20 at No. 42 Paris, No. 74 Berlin and the rest of Adidas’ Consortium retailers:
-Barneys NYC (Madison Ave & e-commerce)
-Dover Street Market NY
-Packer Shoes, Inc.
Adidas is heading overseas for its next stop: Solebox in Berlin.