What’s in the adidas x AriZona Ice Tea collection?
Cool off with this sweet new line of sneakers and slides.
If you've ever thought, "Gee, AriZona's packaging is so awesome, I wish I could wear it" you're in luck. Following a 99c sneakers drop in New York City last month, adidas has once again teamed up with the ice tea label to bring a sweet new range of sneakers and slides to the world. And, while it might be an odd pair up, the designs are actually pretty killer.
Dropping onto the adidas site from 1 September, the men and women's line will feature new iterations of both the Continental Vulc sneaker and the Adilette slide. Designs are inspired by AriZona Iced Tea's four most popular flavours: Green Tea With Ginseng and Honey, Lemon, Mucho Mango and Watermelon.
Both the Lemon and Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey Continental Vulc's are women's exclusives, with the Lemon model arriving in black nubuck and canvas with the same geometric pattern as seen on a can's design. The Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey version meanwhile comes in the iconic cherry blossom pattern, which is pretty much guaranteed to make them an instant bestseller.
Two other Continental Vulc models represent the brand's fruitier flavours, with the Mucho Mango iteration arriving in an orange colourway and the Watermelon coming in a bright red hue. Both designs are also created with nubuck and canvas and feature all-over embroidered seed-like graphics. You'll even be able to shop kids versions of the two sneakerways in case you want to deck out your mini me in matching shoes. Cute.
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Rounding out the line are four pairs of Adilette slides in similar flavour-inspired designs to the Vulcs. Featuring graphic details and a co-branded label on the sock liner, these bad boys will keep you cool while you're sipping your ice tea poolside.
While prices are yet to be announced, we do know that we won't be so lucky as to nab the 99c deal that New Yorkers were blessed with. But, can you really put a price on looking like a can of your favourite beverage? We didn't think so.
See more images of the collection below