James Bond for David Beckham x adidas Originals – Fall 2010 Footwear Releases

August 24, 2010 BY

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The James Bond for David Beckham x adidas Originals collaboration has produced some of the coolest lifestyle-oriented takes on Three Stripes’ classic designs.  Here are three new models from Bond and Becks, each of which has its roots in a classic adidas release, albeit with some significant changes.  Take for example the adidas Forum Mid, whose white sole is easily identifiable, but we’ve never seen a forum in nothing but lush hunter green leather!  Next up is the ZX Trail Mid, which borrows its sole from the ZX 8000 and its soul from a similarly hewn Marathon TR Mid that released earlier this year.  And last but not least, the adidas Montreal-inspired Stripes lowtop, which lacks a heel cup so you can fold it down for double duty as a slip-on.  Check out shots of all three after the jump and look for them at select adidas Originals retailers starting October 10th.  via EUkicks

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