adidas Originals and Japanese tag Bed J.W. Ford have strictly denounced their initial ever collaboration, saying 3 sneakers and an concomitant operation of apparel. The shoes plug sees 3 silhouettes embellished out in an all-black tone palette, as engineer Shinpei Yamagishi takes on a football-inspired adidas Kamanda, a basketball Crazy BYW and a lesser-known repository adidas Korsika silhouette.
The Kamanda comes in a mid-top style, assembled from reward nubuck leather and PK fabric, while a Crazy BYW sees opposite textures and panels opposite a upper. Rounding out a 3 is a Korsika, arguably a capsule’s stand-out sneaker. The rug shoe-style moccasin conformation is reworked with a same sock ship as other pairs, while also featuring distinguished adidas branding and contemplative detailing.
Alongside a shoes is a tiny attire plug encompassing windbreakers, lane pants and football jerseys. The windbreaker and prolonged coupler are both assembled from woven and knitted materials in a navy and burgundy tone palette, finish with contemplative branding on a chest and behind and golden Three Stripes branding. Additionally, a collection also includes velour-like knitted lane pants, a referee-inspired diversion shirt and a long-sleeve diversion jersey.
Take a demeanour during a debate imagery in a gallery above, and design a full Bed J.W. Ford x adidas Originals collection to arrive during name stockists from Sep 20.
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