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The retro sneaker will release soon with a colorway each for the franchise’s namesake character, Cindy-Lou Who, and Max. While last year’s collaboration saw the Forum Low covered in green suede to match the Grinch’s shag, this new assortment plays his coat in a more reserved fashion.
The Grinch’s Forum Low appears predominately in white and red leather, with green suede peeking out from a select few underlays and the color repeating on the outsole. The character’s animated face makes on a appearance on the the tongue tag and insole, while his heart in “3x” growth forms a metal lace dubrae.
Cindy Lou-Who informs the very-pink Forum Low with an all-suede upper. A series of lace attachments include her face and Christmas decorations, while a The Grinch logo takes over the insole and Adidas’ mark returns to its usual place on the tongue tag.
Rounding out the Forum Low trio is a pair for the Grinch’s dog Max featuring a two-tone brown upper with a bright red sole unit. Another series of lace attachments includes Max, the Grinch, and a pile of presents. Branding matches that of the Cindy Lou-Who pair.
In the unsanctioned but more hyped realm of Grinch-sneakers, Nike will soon release a version of the Kobe 6 Protro nicknamed “Reverse Grinch” that’s a play on one of the most beloved Kobe sneakers of all-time.
A release date hasn’t yet been confirmed for this The Grinch x Adidas Forum Low collection, but there’s a big red target near the end of December when it should release by. We’ll keep you updated when more information arises.
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