adidas is set to heat up the coming seasons, and we now have a preview of the Spring/Summer 2014 Blue Collection. Comprised of 15 sneakers, the extended selection merges sport utilitarianism with street attitude, culminating in a casually-inclined set. Click through the gallery up top to catch a look at the sneaker lineup, and drop your thoughts on the collection in the comments section.
The adidas Stan Smith is officially back, and adidas Originals is celebrating the re-launch of the shoe with a new video series featuring Stan Smith himself. In the video, Smith not only talks about the history of the shoe and its development, but also the feedback he has gotten from fans over the years who have been longstanding lovers of the leather tennis shoe. Check out the video, which was directed and edited by Anton Esteban, styled by Jodie Barnes and created together with Lloyd & Co, above, and head to your local adidas Originals retailer to pick up your pair of the adidas Stan Smith now.
Originally produced from 1991 to 1993, the adidas Oregon Ultra Tech OG is set to return. A fan favorite thanks to its wavy design and ultra-thick midsole, both Navy/Red and Silver/Blue styles are scheduled to hit size? in exclusive fashion, boasting SoftCell technology just like the originals. Check out pics of the adidas Oregon Ultra Tech OG below and look for these to launch exclusively at Size? on January 17th.
It’s official. Following reports late last week, adidas has announced a new partnership with Jeremy Lin. The Houston Rockets point guard makes the move to the Three Stripes following previous play with Nike. Outside of sporting adidas models on the NBA hardwood, Lin is set to be featured in upcoming marketing initiatives with the brand and will also be involved in the development of basketball footwear and apparel. Stay tuned to Kicks On Court to see what Lin laces up in his first game as a member of the adidas family.
According to a report from Chris Haynes of Comcast Sportsnet, Jeremy Lin is now the newest member of team adidas. Having worn Nike throughout the course of his career, this move would make Lin the latest signee to the Three Stripe’s growing backcourt roster. Lin would join the likes of Derrick Rose, John Wall, Damian Lillard, Iman Shumpert, Jrue Holiday, Ricky Rubio, Darren Collison and a host of other young guards that lace up adidas sneakers on court. Stay tuned to Nice Kicks for more developments on this story.