adidas and Pixar are joining forces once again on a Toy Story sportswear.
The collection will see favourite Toy Story characters such as Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Alien, Hamm and Rex immortalised in the form of sneakers.
The collection also includes a pair of football boots and a basketball.
The Buzz Lightyear shoe will take the form of a Dame 7, while Woody gets two pairs in his likeness in the form of the adidas D.O.N. and NMD models.
Everyone’s favourite piggybank in Hamm will take on the beloved Superstar silhouette, while a high-top adidas Top Ten Hi will look and feel like the dinosaur Rex.
According to Toy Story’s official Facebook post, the collection will be made available on October 1, 2020. However, the product listings on adidas.com have them slated for release on October 15, 2020.
For a closer look at the official images, check them out below.
adidas Singapore has launched its end-of-season sale, slashing off 30% off regular-priced items and an additional 20% off outlet items.
Items included in the sale span across a variety of product categories including footwear, sportswear, jackets and accessories such as bags and footballs.
Discounts will be applied automatically in cart, so there’s no need for any promo codes.
The offer is currently running from today until September 6, 2020.
There are some real gems within the valid products, such as Stan Smiths, NMDs, and UltraBOOSTs.
Exclusions do apply, so be sure to check that your item has been discounted before confirming your purchases.
Head over to adidas.com.sg/end_of_season_sale to check out what’s eligible for discount.
The Asian-exclusive YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Flak” will be making its way to Singapore on Feb 22, 2020.
The drop will be alongside two other colourways, such as the “Tail Light” in Europe and the “Earth” in the Americas.
adidas and Kanye West are set to release three new colourways of the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 on February 22, 2020.
The three colourways are “Flax”, “Earth” and “Tail Light”, all of which will be released in specific regions across the world.
The “Flax” colourway, for instance, will be released in Asia Pacific and Africa, while the popular “Tail Light” edition will be reserved for Europe and “Earth” for the Americas.
Focusing on the Asia release, the “Flax” takes after its namesake with a faded wheat upper and yellow tones within the translucent areas for the shoe.
Overall, the shoe makes for a very clean and stylish pair, although it has been fairly overshadowed by the hype surrounding the European release of the “Tail Light”, which has an obvious nod to the highly-popular “Beluga” colourway from 2016.
In conjunction with Black Friday on November 29, adidas will be re-releasing the highly popular YEEZY 350 V2 “Black” in Singapore and around the world.
adidas Singapore confirmed the restock on Facebook, releasing details on the drop, which will take place in-store and online.
In addition to adult sizes, kids and infant sizes will also be available exclusively online.
For the in-store release, the shoe will be sold at adidas Originals Pacific Plaza and VivoCity from 10am.
Prada and adidas unveiled their collaboration earlier today, showcasing a two-piece collection consisting of the Superstar silhouette and a bowling bag.
Both pieces come in a clean white finish, with the sneaker featuring Prada’s premium full-grain leather and the bag featuring white calf leather.
As with the expected exclusivity of the collaboration, only 700 pairs of the Superstar will be available, produced by Prada in Italy. Unique serial numbers will be embossed on each pair.
Both logos are prominent on both the sneaker and the bowling bag, adding just the right amount of contrast in black.
The partnership between both labels are expecting to be long term, with the first collaboration making its way to stores on December 4.
The collection will be sold on adidas.com, prada.com and selected Prada stores worldwide.
adidas and Reebok are joining forces once again to fuse the best of both brands in the shape of the Instapump Fury Boost.
Following the team-up that saw the Reebok Sole Fury Boost come to fruition, the two sportswear giants are taking one of Reebok’s most iconic silhouettes and updating it with one of, if not, the most popular soles in the business.
Although it has been nearly 15 years since adidas acquired Reebok, it has taken them a long while before we’ve seen a collaboration at this level and it’s certainly a welcomed one for sneaker fans.
The Instapump Fury Boost™ will be featured across three packs that capture the heritage of both the Fury and Boost™ concepts. These sneaker packs will launch throughout the remainder of Fall/Winter 2019.
According to Reebok Singapore, two of the three packs will make its way to our shores later this year.
The first pack to drop in Singapore will be the two-piece “OG Meets OG” collection which pays tribute to the original colourways of the Instapump Fury (Citron/Red) and the UltraBOOST (Black/Purple). This will arrive on October 25, 2019.
Following that, the “Black & White” pack will arrive in Singapore on November 11. This is also a two-piece collection, both featuring BOOST midsoles and gum outsoles.
Unfortunately, the “Prototype” pack will not be making its way to Singapore.
For a closer look, check out the official renderings from Reebok’s release calendar below.
Three new colourways of the YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 are expected to release this holiday season, all of which feature glow-in-the-dark capabilities.
Joining the black and red “Yecheil” are two additional colourways dubbed the “Yeezreel” and “Yeshaya” to complete the end of year releases from Kanye West and adidas for the popular sneaker silhouette.
The news comes from reliable insider source Yeezy Mafia, which revealed the shoes on its social media platforms earlier today.
The “Yecheil” and neon green “Yeezreel” are expected to arrive this December while the lilac-infused “Yeshaya” drops in January 2020.
For a closer look, check out Yeezy Mafia’s Instagram video below.
adidas and Kanye West have announced that two colourways of the ever-popular YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 are making its way to Singapore this month.
The YEEZY BOOST 350 V2 “Cloud White” is set to drop on Sept 21 (Sat) while the “Citrin” colourway releases two days after on Sept 23 (Mon).
The “Cloud White” will come in sizes for Adults, Kids and Infant. The “Citrin” however will only be available in adult sizing.
Following the highly popular partnership between adidas Originals and AriZona Ice Tea last month, both brands are back with a second collection, which will be making its way to Singapore.
This time, the collaboration will revolve around the Continental Vulc sneaker silhouette and the adilette slide.
The pack will comprise of 10 shoes in total, taking inspiration from AriZona’s four most popular flavours: Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey, Lemon, Mucho Mango, and Watermelon.
Each pair of the Continential Vulc will be priced at SGD140 and will take on distinctive AriZone branding and aesthetics that match individual flavours.
The adilette slides on the other hand will be priced at SGD55.
The adidas Originals by AriZona collection will be available online via adidas.com.sg and at adidas stores in Vivo City, Paragon, Bugis+ and Pacific Plaza from September 1.