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Kazuki x adidas Originals Plants KZK – Black – White

February 18, 2011 BY / 0

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In late 2009, adidas Originals released a ‘Plant Pack’ of all-white designs that each featured the Trefoil as a trio of leaves emanating from a seedling.  Originals by Originals collaborator Kazuki Kuarishi wasn’t hyped as the creator of that pack but he did indeed design the OG Plants along with Makoto Azuma and now we see the theme replicated on a new model.  The Kazuki x adidas Originals Plant is an appropriately named lowtop that’s somewhere between adidas’ own Superstar and the Converse Chuck Taylor in terms of both silhouette and rubberized toe cap.  This first release is black with a white sole and red/green flower embroidery on the heel so click through to get a better look and grab yours from select Three Stripes retailers like Concepts.

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