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adidas Originals EQT “#/3F15” Collection

This upcoming weekend, adidas is celebrating its historic EQT line-up by combining the old adidas Equipment look with contemporary technologies to create the "#/3F15" collection. Featuring a trio of nods to the old school line, the collection retains the classic green, black, and white color scheme and design cues of the original silhouettes, but employs contemporary additions like Primeknit construction and Boost cushioning throughout. Retailing for about $235 USD per pair, the three "#/3F15" silhouettes are set to hit Consortium retailers across the globe this Saturday, November 28. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott JS Wings “Metallic Silver”

adidas Originals and Jeremy Scott are determined to stray away from the term "normal" and the latest Wings installment proves just that. Covered in a Metallic Silver upper, the popular Wings silhouette returns and sits on top of a white midsole that hosts Jeremy Scott's signature on its heel along with the designer's face on the inner portion of the tongue. You can add the adidas Originals Jeremy Scott Wings "Metallic Silver" to your personal collection now for $200 USD at select retailers such as Sneaker Politics. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott JS Wings 2.0 “Metallic Silver”

adidas Originals and Jeremy Scott are determined to stray away from the term "normal" and the latest Wings installment proves just that. Covered in a Metallic Silver upper, the popular Wings 2.0 silhouette returns and sits on top of a white midsole that hosts Jeremy Scott's signature on its heel along with the designer's face on the inner portion of the tongue. You can add the adidas Originals Jeremy Scott Wings 2.0 "Metallic Silver" to your personal collection now for $200 USD at select retailers such as Sneaker Politics. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

ADIDAS ZX FLUX PLUS (NAVY/WHITE)

With the ZX Flux entering the market just shy of two years ago, adidas have returned to the drawing board to give the top-selling lightweight trainer a stylish athleisure makeover. Forgoing the usual one-piece printed upper, the ZX Flux Plus favours a multi-piece knitted upper joined together with Yeezy-like contrast stitching. For lovers of their high-end trainers, there’s also a heavy bit of Y-3 influence going on here, with the rear half of the upper bearing more than a little resemblance to the Y-3 Retro Boost. In fact, there’s not a lot on these retained from the OG Flux, except for the midsole! Fortunately, despite sporting a heavy dose of Yeezy and Y-3 influence, these won’t bust your bank account. They’re available right now from select adidas stockists, like Sneaker Politics, for a very reasonable USD $110. No related posts.

Is John Wall Leaving adidas?

Could John Wall be on the move to an adidas competitor? Before the Wizards took the star guard with the first overall pick in the 2010 NBA draft, the former Kentucky Wildcat signed a five-year, $25 million USD contract with Reebok, ultimately moving to adidas (who owns Reebok) for the final two years of the deal. But, as The Washington Post reports, the fifth year of Wall's deal with adidas quietly came to an end on September 30 -- and he hasn't re-signed with the German sportswear giant. So could Wall be jumping ship? Said the sneaker free agent: My main focus is just play basketball. I let my agents and marketing team and them negotiate and talk. I’m just trying to focus on the season and not worry about what’s going on off the court and play basketball. If Wall were to indeed leave, where could he end up? According to The Post, Wall's been rocking Nikes during practice, but continues to wear his adidas signatures during games as he receives royalties from the sale of the kicks. So could we see Wall join the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant and Kyrie Irving before season's end? Stay tuned. Click here to view full gallery at Hypebeast.com

adidas Originals SPEZIAL Revisits Argentina in ‘Sole Searching in South America: Part 2’

The brains behind adidas Originals SPEZIAL have revisited Argentina and the store owner who inspired the range's beginnings, Carlos. Heading back to the ageing adidas collector's Buenos Aires store, the team pay tribute to Carlos with his own signature shoe and give back to the man who gave so much to the launch film released late last year. Keep an eye out for more from Carlos and adidas Originas SPEZIAL coming soon. Read more at Hypebeast.com