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Opening Ceremony x adidas Originals Cycling Pack

August 2, 2012 BY / 3

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Opening Ceremony’s Boat Swim Shoe turned heads with its unique twist on the early ’90s throwback vibe and previews for their SS13s did the same for newer models, and now a new collaboration with adidas Originals brings things full circle with a pack inspired by the currently ongoing Summer Olympics.  The Opening Ceremony x adidas Originals Samba Cycling in both Hi and Lo versions are joined by the BMX Cycling hightop in a range of simply-colored leather designs featuring multi-floral prints and translucent soles.  The set really captures the elegant yet sporty London vibe, but with limited numbers in production you’ll have to act fast to get yours from select retailers like Kith.

 

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