adidas Originals is transforming two of its most iconic models, the Stan Smith and the Rod Laver, for the luxurious, gold-splatted "999 Noble Metals" sneaker pack.

The Three Stripes has teamed up with one of the oldest and most-renowned German gold-beating manufacturers, "Eytzinger," to create these opulent new additions to its lifestyle sneaker lineup. Each shoe features 999 gold details on the tongue and heel-tab, as well as more gold branding on the inner sole.

The adidas Originals "998 Noble Metals" pack is set for release at the brand's web store on July 15. This is the first drop of a wider collection which will incorporate "noble metals," so expect more premium adidas sneakers with gold, silver and platinum details in the weeks and months to come.

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