adidas Originals x Pharrell Williams 4D runner: This is your first look
Find out when and where you can get your hands on the 4D-printed adidas kicks designed by Pharrell Williams.
Back in October of this year, adidas fans got their very first sneak peek of the highly-anticipated Pharrell Williams 4D runner. Now, the official pics have dropped and we know when you can get your hands on it.
Release date: 20 December. Keep in mind that this is a US release date, so we're not exactly sure of when Aussie retailers will stock the iconic shoe. With these kinds of releases, it can take a few days or weeks.
The Pharrell Williams 4D sneaker features the same iconic Primeknit upper of the UltraBOOST and the unique and futuristic 4D-printed lattice midsole. Take your pick from the two bold colourways: Active Purple or Tech Olive. The midsole remains the same pale green, as the upper gets dressed in the statement shades.
To finish off the sneaker, a "Hu" branded tag is popped onto the ankle collar, as well as the signature Three Stripes on the side.
This isn't Pharrell's first gig with adidas. We've seen, and loved, the Human Made Love pack as well as the SolarHu Glide collection. He's basically a pro at the sneaker game so we know we can trust him with this new pair of kicks.
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