adidas Is Bringing Back The Ozweego 3 From 1998

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Dozens of old school adidas footwear has long been forgotten by time, but the brand is trying to revive some of its storied franchises.

Recently, the Ozweego 3 from 1998 appeared quietly in a women’s “Footwear White,” “Pulse Yellow,” and “Royal Blue” color scheme at select boutiques. Although the silhouette remains generally true to its blueprint, it’s missing adidas Performance logos on the forefoot and midsole. Nevertheless, the sneaker has – and will – found support amongst casual and savvy fans alike for its chunky, retro aesthetic; the unshakeable “dad shoe” trend that took off in the mid-2010s made earlier versions of the Ozweego highly popular, especially with women.

Enjoy retailer photography of the pair ahead, and find the shoes at select retailers overseas now.

For more from the Three Stripes, check out the latest Bad Bunny x adidas offerings.


adidas Ozweego 3

SKU: IE6998
RELEASE DATE: May 15, 2023

Europe 05/15/2023 Monday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
BSTN 09:00 Ships worldwide Standard Check Site -
Asphaltgold 09:00 Ships worldwide Standard Check Site -

US 2023

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
adidas US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

Photos via BSTN

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