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Your first look at the adidas Chinese New Year 2020 collection



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Find out when and where you can get your hands on this embroidered sneaker pack from adidas for Chinese New Year 2020.

The Chinese New Year is the time to welcome some brand new sneakers into your life. Well, according to adidas that is.

To celebrate the Chinese holiday, adidas is dropping a dedicated pack of sneakers. There are six different colourways to choose from, including the brand new style called the UltraBOOST 20. The other style featured is the UltraBOOST DNA iteration.

From what we can see, there are three colour options to choose from, and they all arrive with pretty embroidered embellishments like lotus flowers and koi fish. Some of the shoes have more detail than others, so there's sure to be one that suits your style best.

Where can you get your hands on the Chinese New Year collection? The one and only place to shop is adidas online and you can check here to see if there are any available promo codes.

The first sneaker in the pack (pictured in the image above) will be dropping on 15 December. It arrives in a black upper and midsole, with statement gold Three Stripes. Purple and pink lotus flowers are displayed on the Primeknit upper and tongue giving the shoe some needed variety. Watch this space to see more of the release dates as they get announced.

Update: As of 17 January, all the sneakers are available now!

For more on adidas, you can check out our dedicated hub here. It's got everything you need to know from the latest news, release dates and best deals.




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