As much of the creative world will be taking over Miami this week/weekend for Art Basel, adidas is one of many brands making the most of the celebrated event. The Three Stripes is turn kicking off a new open source talk series, dubbed #TLKS, beginning tomorrow, December 1, with Pusha T, Ben Jones and Adwoa Aboah down in Dade County.

To coincide with the Miami Marine Stadium #TLKS event that's going down tomorrow, adidas is conducting a public seeding throughout the streets of Miami giving away 1,000 pairs of this limited edition reflective EQT ADV 91-16 “Art Basel” style. The commemorative shoe in turn features an all-white upper, reflective stripe detail and Art Basel-specific tongue tag branding.

If you're not in town for Art Basel or live in the general area, you can tune in to adidas Originals' Facebook bot for a chance to land a pair.

For those in the area, adidas Originals has confirmed there's an event going down tonight at 2216 Park Avenue beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

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