Adidas Consortium x Mita
Sneakers Published: July 6, 2018 Updated: July 9, 2018  |  WORDS: Amirul Shazzani

Cages and Coordinates: adidas Consortium and Tokyo-based Mita team up again

Get a closer look at the adidas Consortium x Mita ‘Cages and Coordinates’ sneaker pack.

Update: July 9, 11.15am (GMT+8)

The adidas Consortium x Mita ‘Cages and Coordinates’ sneaker pack is now available to register on END. Hit the links below to stake your claim.

END Launches raffle

The two-sneaker pack will drop next Saturday, July 14, on END.

adidas Consortium and Tokyo-based Mita are no strangers where it comes to collaborations. The two have come together in the past to rework adidas’ sneakers like the ZX 800, the Torsion Allegra, and even the Seeulater – the sportswear giant’s outdoor footwear.

This time, the sneaker pack will push out a premium rendition of the classic Stan Smith, along with an all-new adidas silhouette: the long-rumored NMD TS1 PKI.

The new silhouette seems to be a progressive take on one of adidas’ most popular footwear style. It still boasts primeknit uppers and the ever-comfortable BOOST midsoles. But the new velcro tongue flap, lacing system and pull tabs on both the tongue and heel, appears to be the winner here. Other key features include the signature NMD EVA plugs in green and blue along with strips of mesh on the side panels in similar colors.

The classic Stan Smiths comes in a minimal black and white colorway. But the additional details are anything but minimal. Shaking things up, the sneaker features premium leather uppers with a contrast sole. Further additions include tonal heel tabs and metal side-zips, keeping to the premium style. Contrasting white text runs downs the entire length of the tongue and across the heel – representing the geographic coordinates for both the Tokyo Mita store and adidas’ headquarters in Germany.

END Clothing will drop these on July 14, but there is still no information on price and local availability. Keep your eyes peeled to this page for further updates.

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