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adidas Originals By Daniel Arsham

New York "Present" Shoes


Following their first collaborative sneaker this summer, adidas and NYC based artist Daniel Arsham realign on this latest iteration of the “New York” Silhouette. Dubbed the “Present” the tonal black sneaker combines today’s technology with adidas track heritage. A short film accompanies the release further playing on the concept of time and Arsham’s fascination with the concept of future archaeology. Releasing globally this Saturday December 9th at select retailers, including HAVEN. Watch the 17 min short above and visit adidas’ micro site for more info.

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