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adidas Y-3 Spring/Summer 2011 – 10th Anniversary

February 23, 2011 BY / 0

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The collaboration between adidas and Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto is among the longest running and most prolific in the history of sneakers.  The adidas Y-3 capsule has been bringing you super-sleek progressive designs for years now, 10 to be exact, and with a decade in the books it’s time for some celebratin’.  Here’s a look at the adidas Y-3 10th Anniversary collection for spring/summer 2011, a set of forward thinking designs that’s limited to 300 per pair.  Click on the jump below to get a better look at the Yoji Pacer, Yoji Smith and Yoji Star (based on Micropacer, Stan Smith and Superstar, respectively) and look for these at Y-3 and Yohji Yamamoto retail locations starting in July.  via HB

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