In what Adidas calls “an urban edge to performance gear,” the collaboration uses technical specifications from the Adidas running and training lines and blends them with the “street-smart aesthetic of Undefeated.”
Established in 2002, the Los-Angeles-based sneaker store and apparel brand, now with more than a dozen locations throughout the United States and Japan, offers up no less than 10 apparel items ranging from shorts and a T-shirt to sweat pants, running tights and a hoodie.
The collection features two main colorways, with most of the apparel options coming in both a desert camouflage pattern or black.
The Adidas promo material includes Undefeated-themed sneakers as part of the collection, but a preview of the collection on the retail site shows only apparel. Prices include $50 for the Supernova T-shirt, $70 for the shorts, $80 for the sweatpants, $90 for the running half-zip, $100 for the hooded wind jacket, $120 for the hoodie and $170 for the tights.
The collection includes a mix of Adidas technologies, such as Climalite, French terry sweat-wicking material, water repellency, zippered pockets and stretch materials.
The most recent collaboration between Adidas and Undefeated came in December 2017 when the two brands debuted the Undefeated x Adidas Originals Prophere sneaker, a $160 product that helped launch the brand-new silhouette.
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