adidas Originals and Bristol Studio are back with their second collection, drawing on basketball's rich heritage. The "Sharp Shooters" drop consists of both footwear and apparel styles, due to arrive later this month.
The Bristol Crazy BYW appears in low and high-top iterations, featuring a blend of nubuck and technically-advanced knitted textiles. The sneakers also boast a high-performance sole that harkens back to early-2000s basketball shoes, here updated with Boost technology.
The matching apparel from the "Sharp Shooters" collection consists of garments that began in the basketball arena but then became popular in early-2000s hip-hop culture. Pieces include the Tearaway Pant, which is of course a play on the basketball snap-off pant, in addition to the Warm Up Track Top and Shooting Tee. Each style welcomes hits of light brown, white, and onyx.
Lastly, the apparel selection is rounded out by a basketball jersey with the Bristol Studio logo and a pair of loose-fitting, co-branded shorts.
The adidas Originals by Bristol Studio "Sharp Shooters" collection is due to arrive on November 17. Get a detailed look at the goods above, modeled by American hip-hop artist Buddy.
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