Kasina x adidas Consortium Superstar Boost – White/Gum ($220)
Korea’s Kasina and adidas Consortium get together for the release of a modified Superstar that pays respect to the Korean “Taesahae” tradition of cobbling shoes. Just like Korean culture, the shoe is a blend of new technology–like the use of BOOST cushioning–and heritage, like the choice of the Superstar. “1997” appears on the heel of the white nubuck upper, a nod to the year the Korean boutique opened. Co-branding also appears on the tongue and footbeds to cement the collaboration.
Available tonight at midnight EST online at PackerShoes.com. Also available tomorrow, October 21st in-store at both Packer locations.
adidas Consortium x The Good Will Out NMD_CS1 – Triple Black ($220)
adidas Consortium links up Germany’s The Good Will Out boutique to release a blacked out “Ankoku Toshi Jutsu” NMD_CS1. As an homage to the ninja who moves silently, the heel tabs say “The Art of Seeing through Darkness” and “The Good Will Out” in both English and Japanese. Tonal black Primeknit drapes the upper over all black Boost on the midsole with black pods and a serrated black outsole to complete the look.
Available Friday night at midnight EST online at PackerShoes.com. Also available Saturday, September 23rd in-store at both Packer locations. First come, first serve.
Highs & Lows x adidas Consortium EQT Support ADV – Sand/Olive ($180)
Australia’s Highs & Lows again collaborate with adidas after tackling a 2016 EQT Support 93 and 2014 version of the EQT Guidance 93. This EQT ADV mixes a beige Primeknit upper with hits of olive on the eyelets and lacelocks for an earth-toned execution. Highs & Lows branding appears on the heel, tongue tag, and below the laces over a beige midsole with a gumsole on the outsole’s toe and heel.
Available tonight at midnight EST online at PackerShoes.com. Also available tomorrow at noon at both Packer locations.
adidas Consortium and Danish apparel brand Norse Projects team up on their new “Layers” collection featuring two silhouettes: the Campus 80s PK and the Terrex Agravic. The Campus features a black Primeknit upper and added lace loops for stability, all sitting atop a classic outsole. The Terrex Agravic utilizes a sand ripstop nylon upper and Gore-Tex lining, sitting atop a segmented Boost midsole and Continental outsole. Both shoes feature abrasion-resistant welding on the upper and are finished off with co-branded insoles and tongue labels.
Available at midnight EST Friday, August 18th online at PackerShoes.com
Norse Projects x adidas Consortium Terrex Agravic – Sand ($170)
Norse Projects x adidas Consortium Campus 80s PK – Black ($150)
adidas’ success has been linked to toeing the line between performance and heritage, and with this “RUN THRU TIME” pack, the Brand with Three Stripes again explores that relationship. Inspired by the Boston Super and Marathon TR models from the archive, the UltraBoost Mid and Energy Boost implement Primeknit construction and Boost cushioning with a nod to the minimal designs of runners from the past. The UltraBoost Mid features a cuffed sock construction in blue with blue suede mudguards and eyestays, along with a grey heel cup and a cageless construction with knit stripes. The Energy Boost features tonal grey Primeknit with a plastic cage with grey suede hits on the toe, heel, and tongue over a Boost midsole with a red stripe. Two Climacool caps also accompany the collection, one in blue and another in white, with a reflective logo and white and red stripes.
The entire collection will be available at midnight EST Tuesday, July 18th at PackerShoes.com. Also available on Wednesday, July 19th in-store at both Packer locations.
adidas Consortium UltraBoost Mid “Run Thru Time” ($210)
adidas Consortium RTM Cap – Blue ($30)
adidas Consortium Energy Boost “Run Thru Time” ($160)
adidas Consortium RTM Cap – White ($30)
For the fourth installment of adidas Consortium’s Sneaker Exchange program, Newcastle’s END. links up with Boston’s own Bodega to reinterpret the 1970s classic Haven and the new INIKI Runner. Taking cues from contemporary clothing, the INIKI features patchwork Boro denim and Sashiko stitching throughout the upper, while sitting on a white Boost sole and gum outsole for a crafted look. The Haven is draped in a soft grey suede, with Boro denim on the 3-Stripes branding and a gum outsole tying the pack together.
Available this Friday, July 7th at midnight EST online at PackerShoes.com. Also available Saturday, July 8th in-store at both Packer locations.
END. x Bodega x adidas Consortium INIKI Runner S.E. – Inidigo ($180)
END. x Bodega x adidas Consortium Haven S.E. – Sandstone ($160)
Belgium’s Antwerp Six made a large impact on the fashion industry in the 80s, and the town’s footwear boutique AVENUE gets to inject its trademark style onto two pairs of the EQT 93/16 Support from adidas Consortium. Aniline leather, often used for upholstering chairs, is used on the respective black and tan uppers, while brown veg-dyed leather lines the interiors. Co-branding is found on the tongue logos and footbeds, and the stripes are adorned with tonal embroidery for a luxe take on these monochromatic models sitting on BOOST midsoles.
Available at midnight EST Friday, June 2nd online at PackerShoes.com. Also available on Saturday, June 3rd in-store at both Packer locations.
AVENUE x adidas Consortium EQT 93/16 Support – Tan ($200)
AVENUE x adidas Consortium EQT 93/16 Support – Black ($200)
Berlin’s Overkill shop has a long-standing relationship with their countrymen at adidas. This collaborative pair of Consortium models includes two versions of the EQT Support–the ADV and the Future dressed in black, white, and red to honor the coat of arms of the Kreuzberg district, where the boutique is located. The EQT Support Future has Boost soles, and the shops’ name on a grey suede panel on the inner portion set against a black and grey knit upper with red accents on the three stripes. A white mesh upper comprises much of the EQT Support ADV with red on the eyestays and the shop’s name on the grey heel cage.
Both styles will be available tonight at midnight EST online at PackerShoes.com. Also available tomorrow, May 27th in-store at both Packer locations.
Overkill x adidas Consortium EQT Support Future ($180)
Overkill x adidas Consortium EQT Support ADV ($150)
The fourth installment of the adidas Consortium Sneaker Exchange program pairs Atlanta’s staple sneaker retailer Wish with Australia’s relatively new outlet called Sneakerboy. The box jellyfish provided the design inspiration for the models, a deadly marine creature known for its luminescence and transparency. Both models glow in the dark and gleam in stark white in the day with the PureBOOST and the Climacool 1 PK both boasting a loose gauge Primeknit upper. The Climacool has an Adiprene outsole, while the PureBOOST has a Boost midsole and a clear outsole, finishing off the look.
Available at midnight EST this Friday, May 19th online at PackerShoes.com. Also available on Saturday, May 20th in-store at both Packer locations.
Wish x Sneakerboy x adidas Consortium PureBOOST S.E. – Triple White ($160)
Wish x Sneakerboy x adidas Consortium Climacool 1 PK S.E. – Triple White ($150)
adidas Consortium Day One Running ADO UltraBoost ZG – Clear Brown ($180)
Another Day One UltraBoost is set to release from adidas Consortium, again highlighting the innovations that the Brand with Three Stripes is able to bring to market. This time around, the UltraBoost is given a Primeknit upper with brown and tan portions across the upper, which contrast with a plastic beige heel cup and tan suede hits on the tongue and heel. White Three Stripes branding hits the inner forefoot to pair with the white Boost midsole that completes the look.
Available alongside an apparel collection tonight at midnight EST online at PackerShoes.com. Also available tomorrow at noon in-store at our Jersey City location.