Landing in a soft “Olive” colorway, the collaborative kicks seemingly take cues from military designs, crafted with a shaggy suede upper in a delicate, dusty green hue. Contrasted by darker Olive hues, the sneaker features puffed-up, satin-covered collars paired with alternating shades of brown across its double-stacked tongues and inner booties.
Boasting Bad Bunny’s signature eye motif, the shoe features light grey Three Stripe branding, paired with cream-colored mudguards and sole pieces, reminiscent of the duo’s previous iteration. Officially named “Wild Moss,” the shoe initially made its debut at Coachella but is soon to be released to the public.
Take a look at the green-toned sneaker above, set for release on April 29 via adidas at a price of $160 USD.
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