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December 9, 2021
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SNS Teases An Upcoming adidas Forum Low Collab

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Sneakersnstuff and adidas Originals are back with another exclusive collaboration.

SNS x adidas Forum Low

The Stockholm-based retailer and The Brand With Three Stripes are back at it with what is sure to be a coveted release. This time around the two brands have come together on the Forum Lo, which has seen a huge resurgence in its popularity the past few years. Unveiled via a teaser, the SNS x adidas Forum Low sports a white-based leather upper with metallic gold branding, red on the tongue, off-white colored midsole and black outsole. Drawing inspiration from a community forum, the SNS x adidas Forum 84 Low invites the community to participate in activities across all Sneakersnstuff locations worldwide, bringing together passion and ideas for a better future. The sneaker has a premium theme, sporting a leather upper with suede and faux snakeskin accents.

The SNS x adidas Forum Low is set to release in 2022. It will first launch exclusively at Sneakersnstuff followed by a worldwide drop at select adidas retailers both in-store and online. They will be available in men’s sizing with a retail price to be announced. Keep it locked to our Twitter and Mobile App to stay up to date on this release as it gets closer.

Update 12/13: Sneakersnstuff has officially unveiled their adidas Forum Low collaboration. It will launch exclusively via the SNS app and it is open for sign-ups now. The sneaker will be available on December 20th, in men’s sizes, retailing for $119.

SNS x adidas Forum Low

Color: Core White/Core White/Off-White
Style Code: GY1903
Release Date: 12/20/2021 (sign-ups via the SNS app are open now)
Price: $119

Images via SNS

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