Brand: adidas Skateboarding

Model: Aloha Super

Key Features: This new colorway commemorates Mark Gonzales' groundbreaking ollie of the now-famous four-block at Raoul Wallenberg High School in San Francisco from Blind Skateboards' Video Days. Creamy suede, leather, and salmon Schmoofoil logo embroidery play off the sunset tones in the backdrop of that iconic ollie. The contrast of the school's black asphalt is represented by the distinct color-blocking of the stripes.

Release Date: November 2 globally, Early December for North America

Price: $90

Buy: adidas

Editor’s Notes: The Aloha Super, which was first released in fall 2018, is inspired by the adiStar fencing sneaker Gonz wore during his famed 1998 performance piece at the Staedtisches Museum in Germany. The sneaker's revival honors one of the most legendary moments of his career.

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