For the upcoming rise in temperature, Raf Simons applied subtle design notes for his take on the adilette slides, one with a bright yellow checkerboard pattern on the rubber strap over a black sole and another with a mocha checkerboard strap over a black sole.

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adidas by Raf Simons adilette Checkerboard – Black/Brown ($130)

adidas by Raf Simons adilette Checkerboard – Black/Lemon ($130)

Back with another adidas capsule, Raf Simons brings us three Ozweego III colorways. As a early entry in the dad shoe trend, the Ozweego III gets redone in canvas and patent leather on the uppers of three distinct versions that feature adiPRENE cushioning. The first is the most subdued and uses cream white and black, while another mixes hues of burgundy and red, and a final option uses a violet and black colorblocking that is distinctly split horizontally.

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adidas by Raf Simons Ozweego III – Cream White/Core Black ($390)

adidas by Raf Simons Ozweego III – Burgundy/Maroon/Scarlet ($390)

​adidas by Raf Simons Ozweego III – Light Purple/Core Black ($390)

Japan’s kolor and adidas combine again on two colorways of the Alphabounce and two renditions of the adiZero Prime Boost. The Alphabounce gets covered in rough-cut mesh over ripstop nylon with their trademark bold colorblocking with hits of bright orange and teal. Hi-res red, black, and grey comprise the other Alphabounce model with rough cuts of suede and mesh.  For their collaborative adiZero Prime Boosts, one model gets covered in tonal grey Primeknit on the upper with bursts of yellow above the Boost midsole and red on the outsole and laces. The second version has a paler yellow above the Boost and hits of purple on the outsole and laces to contrast the black upper and midsole.

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adidas by kolor Alphabounce – Real Purple/Grey ($150)

adidas by color Alphabounce – Hi Res Red/Core Black ($150)

adidas by kolor adiZero Prime Boost – Core Black/Grey/Semi Frozen Yellow ($220)

adidas by kolor adiZero Prime Boost – Grey/EQT Yellow ($220)

Hello Kitty x Puma Suede – Red/White ($95)

Hello Kitty was first designed 44 years ago in Japan and has since become an international sensation with a thriving pop culture presence. Puma has brought its own iconic Suede model together with the animated character, resulting in a white and red Hello Kitty pattern across the upper paired with thick red suede overlays on the laces, toe, stripe, and heel. Subtle gold flecks hit the midsole to pair with the gold branding on the upper, while a translucent outsole features a red bow illustration beneath it.

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New Balance delivers two made in the UK 1500 models that add some pop. One mixes premium nubuck, suede, smooth leather, and mesh on the upper with a purple mudguard, a bright blue midfoot, and multi-colored stitching on the heel and tongue logos over a white ENCAP midsole. A second offering tones it down a bit, moving the purple to the lining and a tiny hit on the midsole and keeping the multi-colored embroidery on an otherwise black and white upper.

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New Balance MiUK M1500CPK – Black/White ($220)

New Balance MiUK M1500CBK – Blue/Purple ($220)

adidas Running UltraBoost LTD – Black/Iron ($220)

The ascent of adidas in the industry is in part due to the colossal impact of the UltraBoost. To celebrate 5 years of the adidas runner, an anniversary model hits the shelves in a no-frills colorway that features a black Primeknit upper with a black and grey cage that is punctuated with subtle hits of yellow on the tongue, lace tips, and Torsion bar.

Available tonight at midnight EST online at Also available tomorrow, February 1st in-store at both Packer locations.

Stella McCartney and adidas link up to bring us a Parley UltraBoost, a Crazy Train Pro, and a Kea Clima. For this rendition of the Parley collection, the black and white Primeknit upper utilizes recycled plastic overlays and a Boost sole. Collaborative branding hits the tongue, heel, and insoles on the black Crazy Train Pro, which has a sock upper over a white Bounce sole. Lastly, a Kea Clima hits the shelves in tonal leopard white mesh upper over a segmented rubber sole that cuts weight and adds flexibility.

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adidas by Stella McCartney Kea Clima – White ($150)

adidas by Stella McCartney UltraBoost Parley -Black/White ($230)

adidas by Stella McCartney CrazyTrain Pro -Navy/White ($180)

Nike Air Max 98 – White/Tour Yellow-Midnight Navy-Cement Grey ($160)

In tandem with the “Gundam” edition, Nike releases another original colorway of the Nike Air Max 98 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the runner. The uppers boast a grey, white, yellow, and navy combination in a mix of smooth leather and mesh with 3M piping. A full visible Air unit sits below the white midsole with yellow supports inside to balance the base of the shoe.

Available January 26th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

adidas Running UltraBoost 4.0 – Triple Black ($200)

In what’s become an iconic colorway for the game-changing adidas UltraBoost, the 4.0 rendition gets a “triple black” treatment. With Primeknit on the upper, a matted heel cup, and a mesh cage, this version of the colorway has some subtle variations compared to its blacked-out predecessors.

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Y-3 introduces a new silhouette for the SS18 season: the Saikou. Featuring a Primeknit overlay covering a mesh underlay, with windows revealing a cable lacing system and printed branding on top. The shoe sits atop a Boost sole, with Three Stripe branding on the tongue and suede overlays on the toe finishing the look.

Available tonight at midnight EST online at Also available tomorrow, January 26th in-store at both Packer locations.

Y-3 Saikou – Black/White ($420)

Y-3 Saikou – White/Black ($420)