With fall fashion vibes surrounding all things 80s, brands are pushing past archival models in an effort to regain some short-lived status in this ever-changing landscape of sneaker trends. adidas is using this moment to connect with important retail partners to give back to the community in grassroots fashion, creating highly limited edition colorways of the adidas Forum to benefit local charities and organizations. Earlier in October, Sneaker Politics of New Orleans kicked things off with a 500-pair run made to support local businesses, and now the legendary Footpatrol of the UK is ready to deliver their own 300-pair stash in support of The House Of St. Barnabas, a mission that assists the homeless get back on their feet.
This Fourm ’84 Low is the best we’ve seen in terms of being as close to the OG. And the materials used are absolutely pristine, from super-soft suedes and buttery leathers matching the snakeskin stripes. There are several nods to Footpatrol’s past adidas collaborations as well, while a second pair of insoles featuring the signatures of Footpatrol staff members will also be included.
Each of the individually-numbered pairs will be available for raffle exclusively through the Footpatrol website. Details to come.
Footpatrol x adidas Forum '84
Release Date: Oct 2020
Mens: N/A Style Code: N/A
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