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adidas Skateboarding and Metropolitan team up for the second time to release a technical collection inspired by 90s drift racing and import car culture. This SS20 release features nostalgic race aesthetics which make use of bold colour palettes, 3D graphics, high-vis accents and performance design.
adidas Skateboarding Delpala Premiere Shoes - Team Royal Blue / Ftwr White / Grey One
adidas Skateboarding Puig Shoes - Core Black / Ftwr White / Vivid Green
adidas Skateboarding Busenitz Shoes - Core Black / Ftwr White / Vivid Red
adidas Skateboarding Aloha Super Shoes - Halo Silver / Ftwr White / Core Black
adidas Skateboarding Busenitz Shoes - Crew Navy / Grey Two / Chalk White
adidas Skateboarding Busenitz Vintage Shoes - Core Black / Core Black / Chalk White
adidas Skateboarding Tyshawn Shoes - Mesa / Chalk White / Dark Brown
adidas Skateboarding Delpala Shoes - Core Black / Cloud White / Crew Yellow
adidas Gazelle Junior Shoes - Icey Pink / Cloud White / Gold Metallic
adidas Skateboarding Puig Shoes - Night Sky / Night Sky / Chalk White
adidas Skateboarding Blondey Superstar Shoes - Core Black / Ftwr White / Core Black
adidas Skateboarding Matchbreak Super Shoes - Crystal White / Collegiate Green / Crew Yellow
Adidas - SuperStar Junior - Cloud White / Cloud White / Cloud White
adidas Skateboarding Gazelle ADV Shoes - Ftwr White / Ftwr White / Gold Met
adidas Skateboarding Copa Nationale Shoes - Core Black / Cloud White / Cream White
adidas Skateboarding Busenitz Vulc II Shoes - Core Black / Cardboard / Ftwr White
“We all had imported tuned-up cars, like ridiculous Honda ’97 Civic DX's with spoilers,” says Metropolitan founders Keith Hufnagel and Hanni El Khatib. “We both had a ’97 Integra with blacked-out lenses and stuff. That’s the vibe and a treasure chest of design inspiration. All of this sparked from these Japanese import illegal drift racing videos, pre Fast & Furious in the mid ‘90s. They feel underground and illegal, which they were.”
Harking back to the lights and colours of street racing, the collection includes an adidas ZX8000 shoe in a black colourway with reflective details. The shoe makes use of Torsion Bar technology, giving it extra support and adaptability. It features a mixed material upper comprised of Honey Buck leather and reflective toe overlays. The silhouette is completed by ripstop technology, a rubberised branded tongue and a stylish transparent outsole.
A five piece apparel collection supports the headline silhouette. It's an all-weather collection featuring a seam-sealed jacket and pants which combine racing inspired design and outdoor tech. The jacket features a fully packable hood and a three layer fully taped body which is enhanced by Climaproof treatment. The Polar Tracksuit features reflective detailing for high-visibility, whilst the long sleeve tee comes complete with custom Metropolitan graphics and chrome inspired logos.
The adidas Skateboard and Metropolitan collection will release on Parade on March 21st.
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