Originally released in the 80s, the adidas Forums have been reissued in recent years and have become more popular than ever before.
This Human Made x adidas edition of the iconic basketball shoes has been created by A Bathing Apes founder Nigo, with the shoe being crafted from premium leather textiles throughout, whilst Human Mades playful heart motif featuring on the lateral ankle, with it all sitting on top of a Boost midsole, which provides comfort and cushioning. The renowned Japanese Labels motto Gear for Futuristic Teenagers is printed on the heel cups and completes the unique trainers. Grey/Burgundy - Leather upper with Suede overlays - Boost midsole - Rubber outsole - Adjustable strap - Regular fit, take your normal size - Lace-up - adidas x Human Made branding.
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