Pharrell Williams x adidas NMD HU and Tennis HU V2 “Solar Pack”

Pharrell Williams and adidas again link up for another collection consisting of both NMD HU and Tennis HU models.  Boasting bold tribal-inspired color combinations, this “Solar Pack” keeps the familiar styling of the NMD HU and adds white panels with large messages that say “3MPOW3R 1N5P1RE” and ” M1L3L3 (which means “forever” in Swahili), ” and “MOTH3R L4ND.” A yellow and black model has a red outsole and black bumpers and lace cage, a teal and black model has an orange outsole and purple bumpers and cage, and a pink and black model features a yellow outsole and blue bumpers and cage.

While the Tennis HU silhouette remains the same, the updated style consists of a suede panel on the forefoot and a leather strip on the lace eyelets.  Yellow and black melange fabric hits the upper of one model while a red and black melange hits the other, and each has leather tongue logos and heel tabs.

Both styles available on August 18th in-store at our Jersey City location (store hours: 12PM – 7PM)  and online on at Midnight EST.

Pharrell Williams x adidas NMD HU “Solar Pack” ($250)




Pharrell Williams x adidas Tennis HU V2 “Solar Pack” ($130)


New Balance looks to its classic 90s runners and updates the tech with this duo of X-90s. The color combinations also hearkens back to well-known models: one version with a blue base and tonal gray overlays and another with white mesh and gray overlays.

Both styles available in-store at our Jersey City location and online now.

New Balance MSX90 – White/Grey ($140)

New Balance MSX90 – Blue/Grey ($140)

Nike Air Max Speed Turf – White/ Black-Wolf Grey ($140)

Designed for turf training, the Nike Air Max Speed Turf takes its inspiration from the iconic chlorophyll colorway of the Air Trainer 1. Mesh and leather combine on the upper with a heel Air unit and a football logo on the tongue and green turf logo on the heel pull.

Available now through email order: here.

Nike Vapormax ’95 “Neon” – Blck-Volt-Med Ash-Drk Pewter-Dust-Granite ($190)

Adding a Vapormax Air unit to the famed neon colorway of the Nike Air Max 95 creates a fusion of old and new. The iconic neon and grey colorway of the original Air Max 95 is preserved here, keeping the volt hits on the lace eyelets, Swoosh, and tongue logo. A blacked-out Vapormax unit replaces the Air bubbles from the original model to add an upgrade while preserving the styling of its predecessor.

Available on August 16th through email order at

Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 2 – Volt ($190)

Volt  is often used as an accent color on many models, but on this Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 2, the entire upper boasts the bold neon color. The entire Air unit, upper, and laces pop with bright neon yellow, while black provides contrast on the heel cup, heel pull, tongue logo details and mudguards. A white Swoosh cuts across the upper and a 3M strip hits the heel.

Available now through email order at

adidas and Stella McCartney collaborate again for an innovative take on women’s models of the Ultraboost, the Ultraboost X, and the Pureboost X. The Ultraboost has a bold color option that mixes gold and orange hues and another monochrome option in rose over a Boost midsole. Monochrome grey and neon versions of the Ultraboost X feature an elastic strap design over a Boost midsole with a raised midfoot. A minimal Pureboost model rounds out this collection with a raised midfoot in a black model and another colorway with black, brown, maroon, black, and pink over a midsole with rubber and Boost cushioning.

Available Now online at

Women’s Ultra Boost – Collegiate Gold/Rusora/Turbo ($230)

Women’s Ultra Boost – Raw Pink/Coffee Rose/Core Black ($230)

​​Women’s Ultra Boost X S. – Stone/Mid Grey/Core Black ($220)

Women’s Ultra Boost x S. – Syellow/Byello/Missun ($220)

Women’s Pure Boost X TR 3.0 – Core Black/Smoked Pink/Noble Maroon ($180)

Women’s Pure Boost X TR 3.0 – Cardboard/Noble Maroon/Core Black ($180)

Nike Air Max Uptempo ’97 – White/White-Black-College Navy ($170)

Nike brings back the 1997 Air Max Uptempo in a college navy colorway that captures the styling of the era. White leather and panels of navy and black interact on the upper, which also features the model’s trademark script “Air” embroidery. A full length Air unit cushions the model with large iridescent panels above it.

Available now through email submission: here.

Delving into the archives to release reinvented models with a story to tell, adidas Consortium Workshop looks to late 90s Wall Street as the inspiration for the Falcon and SS2G. The SS2G offers the iconic shell toe found on the Superstar, along with a neoprene tongue with thick suede overlays that are a part of a toggle lacing system. The Falcon uses a Primeknit upper with sock collar along with its own toggle lacing system.

Available tonight at midnight EST online at Also available tomorrow at noon at our Jersey City location.

adidas Consortium Workshop SS2G – White/Grey/Yellow ($160)

adidas Consortium Workshop Falcon – White/Navy/Yellow ($155)

Ever since the debut of the Club C in 1985 (then known as the Revenge Plus), it has been one of the crown jewels of the Reebok arsenal. Its tasteful simplicity provides an enticing versatility that has always made the shoe a staple for all walks of life.

From its beginnings as a model built for the tennis court and country clubs, it has evolved and grown to reach everyone from the ‘80s fitness buffs to the fashion scene, skate culture to your dad on the couch, and nearly everybody in between.

It’s a shoe that anyone can wear and look good doing it — a notion that we celebrate with Packer’s Club C “Marcial” edition ($110). Putting a premium twist on the iconic model, its rich cream tumbled leather uppers and updated lacing bring a new level of sophistication to the timeless Club C formula.

While built on the idea of leisure and luxury, the “Marcial” is still a shoe for the people, giving appreciators of the ubiquitous silhouette a chance to dress it up a bit more than usual, while still offering the same multifaceted style applications it has always provided.

Available 12 noon EST Friday, August 10th, in-store and online at our Jersey City location and

Photography by Sirui Ma.


INVINCIBLE x New Balance ML574INV ($120)

Taiwan’s INVINCIBLE was last seen on our shelves with two recent adidas collaborations, and this time the boutique tackles New Balance’s 574. This model varies the application of materials like hairy suede, mesh, and leather on the left and right shoes and also gives the model a vintage look with scrapes and scuffs throughout. INVINCIBLE branding hits the insoles to mark the collaboration.

Available now online at