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When the collaborative Raf Simons x adidas Originals Ozweego arrived in 2013, it was immediately impactful on a street style level. Now adidas has followed-up with a refreshed Ozweego that is already making a splash.

Faithful to original, today’s Ozweego model, whose design is based on the Ozweego 3 from 1998, features a classic mesh, suede, and TPU construction for the upper. The global launch last month brought with it a slew of eye-catching colorways, including this throwback colorway featuring Solar Yellow and blue accents, calling back to the era’s signature palette.

With some of our community’s most stylish getting their hands on pairs of the adidas Originals Ozweego, we’ve rounded up how they’ve styled them, just in case you needed that extra push to grab a pair for yourself. Check out our selection below.

Keeping it classic with contrasting white socks

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thank you @adidasoriginals! #OZWEEGO

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Socks and top matching to a T

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New adidas Ozweego @adidasoriginals #ozweego

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Putting on a clinic, showing it’s not as hard as you think to style vivid hues

Greyscale is always a dope option

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Purity for you ✨ #ozweego @adidasoriginals

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Fresh set of wheels

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yesterday in milano ♨️

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Classy contrast

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☁️ ☁️ @adidasoriginals #ozweego

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Camo’d out

Paris loves the Ozweego

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last week in paris 🌞

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Those socks, though

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