Having collaborated on a variety of underrated silhouettes, sneaker retailer Footpatrol has set their sights on the adidas Forum 84 Low. Debuting in 1984, the low-top profile was designed by Jacques Chassing as the perfect mixture between sport and premium materials. In this modern iteration, Footpatrol looks to replicate just that.
Tapping into their brand color combination, Footpatrol has dialed the Forum 84 with their signature white and grey hues. Metallic silver overlays run above the sneaker’s profile, while black and tan snakeskin runs across the Three Stripe branding. The sneaker is finished off with Footpatrol’s Gas Mask stamp of approval and an ankle strap.
The Footpatrol x adidas Forum 84 Low was produced in limited quantities, with only 300 pairs available and each being individually numbered. With a greater good in mind, all proceeds being given to the House of Saint Barnabas, which is a “social enterprise that works to support people affected by homelessness back into long-term employment.”
All 300 pairs will be available through a raffled hosted at Footpatrol’s website.
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Footpatrol x adidas Forum 84 Low