Each pair includes the Japanese label’s signature flair for vegetable-tanned leathers, which can be found on the eyestay, forefoot, heel and tongue. The first colorway boasts a white Primeknit upper with pops of gray and red, while the second option comes with a black Primeknit upper and black suede overlays. Co-branding can be found throughout.
The styles also sit atop a 4D-printed midsole made using Direct Light Synthesis — a technology that uses light, air and liquid to create a lattice-like structure for optimal energy return with every stride.
This debut marks the final installment of the collaboration, following Hender Scheme’s adaptations of Adidas’ ZX500, Superstar, NMD R1 and Micropacer.
The Adidas Originals x Hender Scheme spring ’19 collection is set to land at Adidas.com and other select retailers on June 22. Prices are still under wraps.
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