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Nice Kicks and adidas are set to revive their partnership that spawned perhaps one of the most coveted NMDs of all time, this time reworking the German sportswear brand’s Ultraboost. Taking a similar approach to their first collaborative sneaker, Nice Kicks and adidas have outfitted the Ultraboost with a tie-dye pattern on its knit upper.
This specific project is inspired by the hippie movement that took place at Woodstock music festival in 1969, when people from all over the world gathered to celebrate love, peace, and music. Woodstock 50, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the legendary music festival, was scheduled for August, though the celebratory festival was cancelled by investors on July 31.
Still, Nice Kicks and adidas see fit to celebrate Woodstock in their own way, with a colorful tie-dye sneaker whose design not only throws it back to the late ’60s, but is just as relevant today with the recent resurgence of tie-dye.
Check out the sneakers above, set to drop soon at select retailers such as Footpatrol, and stay tuned for more information.
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