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Store List For The Bad Bunny x adidas Gazelle “San Juan”

Check our "Where To Buy" section to prep for this retail-only release.

Store List For The Bad Bunny x adidas Gazelle “San Juan”

The Bad Bunny x adidas Gazelle “San Juan” releases on Sunday, June 23rd via select retailers, carrying an MSRP of $140. The first adidas Bad Bunny shoes since the “Last Campus,” the choice of model obviously signals the Puerto Rican superstar to expand the range of his work with the Three Stripes. The end product is an aquatic ode to one of the isle’s biggest cities (a short 30 miles from his Vega Baja hometown.)

Though very early reporting had this as a PR-exclusive drop, the shoes will indeed be hitting stores. Importantly, there is no adidas.com or CONFIRMED draw set for the Bad Bunny adidas Gazelle. To grab yours, instead take a look at our “Where To Buy” section ahead for a list of stores where you can pick up a pair. Further down you can catch detailed product images and a further breakdown of this release.

WHERE TO BUY

Bad Bunny x adidas Gazelle Indoor "San Juan"

SKU: IF9734
RETAIL PRICE: $140
RELEASE DATE: Jun 23, 2024

US 06/23/2024 Sunday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
adidas US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -
Sneaker Politics 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -
Concepts 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -
TAKOUT NY 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

Europe 06/18/2024 Tuesday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Foot District N/A Ships worldwide Raffle Check Site -
SVD N/A Ships worldwide Raffle Check Site -

Official adidas Images

Additional Retailer Images

While the title speaks for itself, the release date for the Bad Bunny adidas Gazelle is noteworthy; after all, a Sunday isn’t when most sneaker brands draw up their biggest releases. It’s lined up this way to recognize both Noche & Día de San Juan, massive national celebrations in Puerto Rico.

An additional layer of fabric foxing encircles the whole profile, while the collar and heel are cut away to reveal additional new surfaces. As adidas describes it, the shoe is a perfect demonstration of “Benito’s irreverence,” with the size tag transposed from the shoe’s interior to the heel and the traditional perpendicular T-toe bent & curved at the forefoot. All told, the “San Juan” truly only holds onto the Gazelle sole, and given previous adidas retoolings rolled out as new models named after cities, there’s a strong argument that the changes here warrant that same treatment.

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