Adidas’ All-Star Weekend hideaway is perhaps as an elaborate as any we’ve seen in the footwear industry. 747 Warehouse Street as it was dubbed featured a basketball centric theme but allowed room for Adidas Originals and Y-3 to make their mark on the star-studded weekend.
In what feels like the second coming of the Adidas Crazy 8 and Adidas KB8 II, the brand-new Adidas Crazy BYW takes from the mid-1990s vibes of the Adidas Hoops silhouettes that helped influence a new wave of looks from the Three Stripes. Armed with a
Adidas Hoops is finally bringing forth the basketball silhouette the world has anticipated. Garnering buzz for its far-out appearance, the model has its own flow and look that is reminiscent of Adidas Hoops silhouettes of yesteryear. Reviving the Crazy series with the Crazy BYW picks
Just about a year ago Kristaps Porzingis‘ contract with Nike expired, leaving him a sneaker free agent. Adidas Hoops swooped in and signed the Latvia native and ushered in a new era of Three Stripes basketball and bolstering their roster with some star power in the
Adidas Hoops is now in year four of the signature model arc with their All-Star point guard Damian Lillard. The Oakland native might be a Trail Blazer for a living but as the current state of Adidas Hoops would have it, he’s second-in-command behind James
Adidas Hoops is all geared up for this year’s McDonald’s All-American Game. The annual event features the best and brightest in prep hoops, for fans it’s their first exposure to incoming freshman to their team’s respective campuses. And Adidas is leaving the athletes with uniforms
When you think James Harden you think his iconic beard. And the phrase Fear the Beard. But his love for Arizona State has spawned a new phrase that you can attach to Harden; Fear the Fork. While it is already a saying around ASU, the two merge over