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Star Wars x adidas Originals Forum Lo RS ‘Hoth’

July 14, 2011 BY / 0

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A short while back, Sneaker News scooped you on the release of an adidas Originals Superstar II designed in honor of the Rebel Alliance’s efforts at the Battle of Hoth.  It turns out those aren’t the only adidas x Star Wars models commemorating that epic fight, as the Star Wars x adidas Originals Forum Lo RS has just popped up in a black/grey/white design with red accents that evokes images of the AT-AT in a style not totally dissimilar from the Forum Mids it inspired last January.  So how do these compare to the other AT-AT kicks and various collaborative sneaker designs inspired by George Lucas mega-blockbuster series?  Click through to get a closer view and expect these at US Three Stripes retailers soon, as they’re starting to arrive at Asian retailers.  via SoleMovement

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