The fan-favorite AdidasNMD has seen its fair share of limited-edition drops since its 2015 debut, and next week, the sneaker’s special-makeup library will grow courtesy of Sneakersnstuff.
Known as the “Datamosh Pack,” the collaboration is inspired, Sneakersnstuff says, by a computer process that manipulates media with visual and auditory effects. Known as “datamoshing,” the process is represented by the glitch-like pattern seen on the NMD’s Primeknit upper.
The two-sneaker pack features attention-grabbing colorways that use blue, gray, orange and aqua green accents across socklike white knit uppers. Each shoe is cushioned with matching full-length Boost midsoles and supported by the NMD’s signature EVA plugs.
To get fans excited for the drop, Sneakersnstuff shot a video with U.K. grime rapper D Double E and upcoming artist Elf Kid. Both will also perform on Tuesday during an online release party, which will be hosted on Sneakersnstuff’s Facebook page.