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Kazuki Kuraishi x adidas Originals ‘LXXXIV 84-74 Lab’ Pack

March 1, 2013 BY / 0

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A second look at Kazuki Kuraishi‘s new project with Three Stripes brings along new designs and a longer name.  And while the adidas Originals Retrograde Resistance 84-Lab collection is a name that demands further explanation, you can’t argue with the results at first glance.  Kazuki remakes the adidas Originals Campus 80s, ZX 700, ZXZ ADV and ZX Riding Boot with low-key colorways crafted in premium materials, and you can see the whole spread after the jump.  Let us know which of these upscale alterations catches your eye and stick with Sneaker News for word on US availability.

 

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