The Bad Bunny x adidas Response CL “Bad Bunny Day” To Shock Drop In Boston On August 18th

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Puerto Rican pop and hip-hop star Bad Bunny has quickly become a go-to collaborator with the 3-Stripes over the past few years. From curing the brand’s staple Forum Buckle Low in a range of titular offerings to most recently anchoring the Campus in a collection of earth-based tones, the three-time Grammy award winner now strikes up shock drop of the heavily layered Response CL.

Following the silhouette’s most recent pitch-dark black and purple-infused collaboration, the contemporary 2000s tooling now reveals the latest hue from Benito’s color wheel; taking inspiration from the wall of bright green foliage that decorates the interior of Boston’s historic Fenway Park. Bad Bunny has held a unique connection with the East Coast city ever since the Mayor pronounced August 18th as “Bad Bunny Day” last year. In response, the richly textured composition features melted leather layers and striking suede accents that compose a living ecosystem for your feet.

The Bad Bunny x adidas Response CL “Boston Day” will release exclusively at Concepts Boston on August 18th for a retail price of $160. In the meantime, the upcoming pair can be seen below in detailed imagery.

In other lifestyle-centric news, the Nike Calm Mule “Grey” recently appeared in official images.

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