The second collaboration will be executed on the BYW Crazy silhouette in a pair of colorways: a look with blue hues paired with white and one boasting blue, white and beige tones. The collab, according to Bristol Studio, is an homage to co-founder Luke Tadashi’s first love: basketball.
But if you’re looking to get your hands on a pair quickly, you’re out of luck: The sneakers arrive in November.
This collaboration is a follow-up to the Bristol Studio x Adidas Originals drop from 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles. The first run featured one sneaker, also a BYW Crazy, in beige tones with hits of yellow. They were available in Adidas Consortium Stores and Nice Kicks in L.A.
In other Adidas Originals BYW news, Pharrell unveiled via Instagram an exclusive pair for NBA star James Harden this week following his NBA MVP Award win. The predominantly red style boasts “MVP13” on the upper.
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