adidas by Carlos Ponce August 8, 2017
Nike has been the unrivaled sneaker king for as long as we can remember. With brands like Jordan and Converse it’s hard to compete.
But recently, Adidas has really stepped up their game with their Stan Smiths, Ultra Boosts, and NMD’s.
Adidas has even picked up major designers like Kanye West and Yohji Yamamoto, along with various others.
Pharrell was added to this roster back in 2014 but didn’t release the now-legendary NMD Human Race until recently. The cheapest one of these is going for around $700.
Pharrell has now created the Adidas Tennis Hu that released in a white and green color back in May.
Now Adidas and Pharrell are bringing us an entirely new colorway with a pastel blue, pink, and green. They are releasing alongside Stan Smiths of the same color.
You can pick up these packs on August 10th.
From his time at BBC, to his various collabs, this isn’t even close to the first time Pharrell has been involved with the fashion world.
Pharrell has no doubt shaken up fashion with his unique style.
Let’s peep some of Skateboard P’s other sneakers just to celebrate the release of these Tennis Hu.
Serving as part of a Nike artist campaign in 2005, Pharrell kept the colorway nice and simple with subtle touches to help keep the shoe timeless.
With the N*E*R*D* logo stamped on the heel people will instantly know what you got.
Pharrell and BAPE have a long history mainly due to the fact that his longtime friend Nigo created the brand.
These came in crazy metallic colors that really stand out. These wild colors have become a sort of Pharrell trademark.
What hasn’t been already said about these sneakers, they’re just a masterpiece.
The combination of the Adidas NMD and Pharrell’s mind coming together was always destined for greatness.
Pharrell made these Timbs and they are definitely not your average boots. With such a crazy look these jawns definitely leave a statement.
These are something only Pharrell could think up.
Pharrell has an official collab with his own brand Billionaires Boys Club (how does that even work?).
They might not have had the same hype as other sneakers on this list but nevertheless still a solid release.