The third and final capsule from the collaboration comes on the heels of the Adidas x Star Wars “Lightsaber” packs released last October and the “Space Battle” pack released earlier this month. The latest collection is based on some of the franchise’s biggest characters, featuring interpretations of the Nite Jogger, NMD and the Superstar silhouettes.
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The Adidas x Star Wars-themed pack retails for $50 to $130 and will be available Dec. 2 at Adidas stores and on Adidas.com.
The “Princess Leia” NMD sneaker features a watercolor outsole of white, black, tan and maroon along with gold details on the shoe’s laces and logos. The word “Hope” is stamped across the back of the heel.
The heroine Rey, played by Daisy Ridley in the latest “Star Wars” films, has an NMD sneaker with a light pink, camel and blue color scheme, reflecting the quote “Light. Darkness. A Balance” on the heel.
The Nite Jogger representing R2D2 includes a reflective lace charm and a custom stamp featuring the character on a white upper accented with three blue stripes as well as orange and silver elements.
The “Stormtrooper” Nite Jogger features elements that are similar to the R2D2 style, with the central colors reflecting the white and black on the Stormtrooper uniform.
The back heel of this colorway reads “Open the blast doors!”
Jedi Master Yoda’s shoe from the capsule highlights his green essence with an NMD silhouette reading on the heel “Do. Or do not. There is no try.”
The infamous villain Darth Vader got his own NMD inspired by the masked character. On the heel, the shoe included one of his best-known lines: “Join me and together we can rule the galaxy.”
Fans can sign up for alerts about the collection on Adidas.com/star_wars.
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