Wood Wood x SNS x adidas Consortium

October 17, 2012 BY

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It’s been nearly two years since Danish streetwear and sneaker specialists Wood Wood released a new collaboration, plenty of time for tons of other stores to get their name out there with guest designer appearances.  Scandi-neighbors SneakersNStuff are one of the brands who’ve used that time to its utmost potential, authoring several collabos while consistently offering other designers’ best.  And now they come together with adidas Originals for a new trio for the holidays, which represents the first time two stores teamed up with a single brand for three ladies-only releases.  The Wood Wood x adidas Gazelle Vintage (the original silo, not the David Beckham x James Bond remake) has a golden suede body to match its cork footbeds, SNS’ ZX 700 combines 2012’s love of black/white and snake textures and Three Stripes themselves finish off the set with a crackle-textured and polka-dotted Basket Profi.  You’ll see them all in more images below, and be sure to check Sneaker News for updates as we approach the December 1st release date.

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