Designed for on and off the mountain wear, and inspired by urban winters, adidas Snowboarding presents its new FW16 collection of apparel and footwear, as they are back for a fourth consecutive year.
On the apparel side of things, adidas delivers the Greeley Softshell Jacket, featuring zip kangaroo pockets, an inner media pocket with cord loop, and 10K waterproof fabric; the Lazy Man Softshell Pant, which notes front zip hand pockets and stretchy lower leg boot gripper cuffs; and the Team Tech Hoodie, constructed from durable, moisture-wicking fleece with a water-repellent finish that helps keep you dry.
To complement, the brand also presents the Samba snowboarding boot. The footwear of course pays homage to adidas's iconic Samba soccer silhouette, while being equipped for the mountain. It features a high-end 3D-molded tongue to deliver a better fit and a more responsive, longer lasting flex than traditional stitched tongues. In addition, the boot boasts a grippy Continental rubber outsole for enhanced traction.
Alongside the FW16 drop, adidas Snowboarding also unleashes a new film, "OK to Shred." The aesthetic is highlighted by some serious park shredding, courtesy of team riders Keegan Valaika, Louif Paradis, Tommy Gesme, Alex Sherman and friends.
Visit adidas Snowboarding's website to shop the new collection today.
Just days ago adidas Snowboarding released a Japanese-inspired capsule alongside Capita.