This Luxe Adidas Collab Embraces Upscale Leather and a Construction Built to Last
March 10, 2018 - Adidas NMD
Adidas has total a German pattern with a craftsmanship of Tokyo for a latest Adidas x Hender Scheme collaboration, giving some of a brand’s many renouned shoe models — consider NMD R1 and Superstar — a uninformed take on tone and leather creation.
Playing off a successful 2017 collaboration, a Tokyo tag comparison 3 Adidas Originals designs to rouse regulating leather and artisanal construction methods harkening to some-more normal footwear. Along a way, a demeanour of a Superstar, Micropacer and NMD R1 also perceived a uninformed tone palette regulating impulse from iconic Adidas models.
Founded in 2010 by Ryo Kashiwazaki, Hender Scheme combined a repute for handmade iconic sneakers while entirely embracing upscale leather. This year’s partnership directed to “bridge a opening between Hender Scheme’s temperament and a strange versions of a Adidas silhouettes.”
Until now, each one of Hender Scheme’s products was done in a label’s signature dark-skinned leather and done accessible in healthy or all-black colors. Besides revisiting a 3 models in normal dark-skinned leather, Hender Scheme stairs over a determined tone palette for a initial time. The Micropacer ($950) receives a china outerlay with red and blue accents. The NMD R1 ($1,000) gets blue and red plugs along with black leather, a transparent likeness with a initial chronicle of a shoe. And a Superstar ($900) goes with a black top and white stripes. All models turn accessible in name retailers Mar 16.
The play on tone by Hender Scheme attempts to move 3 styles from 3 opposite eras closer to their strange context. With tone set, craftsmanship serves as a apex of a partnership. Handmade in Tokyo, a leather on a uppers gradually age while a insoles come entirely replaceable, ensuing in a sneaker that improves in coming over time and can final a lifetime.