adidas x Gucci are back, dropping Gazelles, ZX8000 sneakers, and Adilette slides as part of their second collaboration. Though multiple sneaker colorways are at the core of the collection, adidas x Gucci are also dropping a concise range of clothing to go with it all.

Shop the new adidas x Gucci collab on Gucci's website, where the collaborative Gazelles retail for $850, the ZX8000 are $980, and the rubber adilette slide sandals are $450.

New adidas x Gucci clothes include sleeveless T-shirts, fuzzy cable-knit sweaters in mini and maxi length, and iterations on adidas' signature track pant that ranges from Gucci-monogrammed shorts to loos, long side-zip trousers.

Expect more drops to arrive in the coming weeks.

The first adidas x Gucci collection was initially revealed around this time last year with collaborative teasers arriving during Fashion Month and the 2022 Oscars before the collab actually dropped in summer.

adidas x Gucci drop one was subsequently followed by sneaker and accessory releases that fleshed out the initial adidas x Gucci offering. So, the new drop's timing is right.

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There was also an adidas x Gucci ski collection that dropped in late 2022 but that collaborative effort was less of a follow-up to the main collection and more of an offering intended to tide over fans.

The launch of adidas x Gucci's second drop follows rumblings that another adidas x Balenciaga collaboration is also planned for 2023 — again, pure speculation built off of supposed sneaker leaks but speculation that nevertheless has at least a grain of potential truth.

adidas declined to comment on the rumored second Balenciaga collaboration.

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