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Offspring x adidas Originals “Pattern Pack”

August 19, 2013 BY / 1

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adidas isn’t quite done celebrating the Year of the Snake. Collaborator Offspring will help them head back to that theme with their upcoming “Pattern Pack”, one that is split down the middle between reptilian looks and Aztec ones. Models selected include the adidas Originals Superstar 80s, the adidas ZX 800, and the adidas ZX 8000. Continue reading to see each of the sneakers that are on their way from the team up of Offspring and adidas and then tell us down in the comments which one you’re looking forward to the most. Also, be sure to check back in at Sneaker News on the regular for the first word on when they’ll be in stores.

























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BrandonEvans2
BrandonEvans2

those zx 800s are fresh. People will most likely sleep on these but i won't



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