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Pharrell Williams Unveils Unreleased Adidas Originals Hu NMD Last night, Pharrell Williams was seen in a photo alongside Lil Uzi Vert, wearing a pair of unreleased adidas Hu NMDs in a vibrant blue colorway. Although the sneakers have yet to be announced or unveiled by the Three Stripes, the shoes have caused the sneaker community to go in a frenzy, in hopes of possibly finding out more details on this pair. Dressed in what looks like a royal blue canvas, the sneakers feature the words “Walk” and “Breathe” printed on the upper front of the shoes in a yellow colorway. Sitting atop a white midsole, this marks the first time Pharrell previews this iteration of the Hu NMD. In early February of 2017, the “Happy” artist unveiled the same exact pair, but in an orange colorway with hits of black on the canvas. The Pharrell x Adidas NMD was first released in July of 2016 in a yellow and black iteration. Since then, Skateboard P and the Three Stripes have released several other versions of the shoes, with plans of releasing a new set of NMD kicks before the end of year. Considered one of the best silhouettes to be released in the past two years, the Pharrell x adidas NMD sneakers are known to sell out in a matter of minutes, with reselling prices doubling and tripling the original amount. While it remains unclear as to when adidas and Pharrell will release the next batch of NMD sneakers, make sure to keep it locked with XXL for more info and details on this possible release.
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LeBron James and Kevin Durant come to mind. UCLA guard Lonzo Ball entered the conversation after his father, LaVar, attempted to change the structure of footwear deals. The elder Ball unsuccessfully pitched brands on a collaborative effort with his family's Big Baller Brand, rather than simply signing on with Nike or Adidas, per ESPN's Darren Rovell . Now, Lonzo Ball is rocking his own ZO2 sneaker which, believe it or not, has shifted the landscape of what's possible. In a sense, Ball is a free agent. An independent contractor. A date with the Lakers and serious production could move the needle enough to see a bidding war unfold between Adidas and Nike—not to mention Under Armour. Stay tuned for how all of this plays out. Adidas swept up Boston Celtics forward go now Jaylen Brown during the brand's signing binge of 2016.
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