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Adidas Nizza Shoes

Off-White canvas constructions make up a shoe ripe for wear alongside a much brighter sole unit whose toe cap comes adorned with a small “1999” on the left foot and “2019” on the right, calling to both the year of the brand’s origination and the pair itself, respectively. Adidas Nizza Mens/Womens Embellishments continue in full force with the included set of laces, on which the pairing have printed a cheeky copyright notice, as well as the red and blue wristbands that can double up as a wrap around the top line.


The Adidas Nizza Shoes hadn’t been too prominent across the summer months, but here’s another pair that keeps this classic basketball hightop in the conversation for fall.  They’re done up as the black counterpart to a brown edition we showed you a short while ago, but whereas that pair’s pebbled leather fit both football and basketball textures, this black makeup isn’t a direct connect with the sport for which this shoe was created.

Now we turn our attention to another interesting offering from the line, the Jeremy Scott Nizzas. Adidas Nizza on Sale The eccentric designer has created some worldly new looks for the simple canvas Nizza silhouette. There will be two different versions, both conveying a sense of global culture. One pair features a blue upper covered by a map grid and stylized globe graphics with each continent represented by a different accent color. The other Jeremy Scott Nizza sports a colorful African Kenta cloth print that is balanced by some solid black touches on the midsole, toe cap and additional accents.

Teaming up with one another for the second time atop the Shop Adidas Nizza, streetwear imprint ALIFE and adidas are evoking interest from a crowd of sophistication, mirroring the aesthetics of art museums in a package themed as “Artist Proof.” Its base is largely traditional to its debut back in 1975, opting for a base of white canvas accented by hits of boldfaced black typography, which spell out the pair’s focal feature. Marking each pair along rear lateral face with “Alife®/Shop Art Museum” in a fashion almost parodical, the outers stand as a walking billboard for an establishment that does not exist; rather, it aims to call to the New York’s label hand in the constantly evolving downtown culture in which they inhabit.

The adidas Originals Nizza, a sporty low-top take on retro Adidas Nizza Online is set to arrive in four summer-ready colorways this month: blue, green, red, and pink. All four colorways feature a light-weight canvas upper, rubber toe bumper and retro adidas branding on the tongue. Contrast is provided by a white three stripes graphic, midsole, and outsole on each pair except for the pink colorway, which swaps out the white detailing for tonal pink hits.


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