adidas has unveiled the Spezial FW19 lineup, and it's full of earthy outerwear and refined sneakers. The whole collection is inspired by the styles of Northern England, which is particularly apparent in the new Blackburn SPZL silhouette. Named for the town Spezial chief Gary Aspden grew up in, the green and red colorway is culled from the rose of Lancashire. 

The new SL80 SPZL is a one-to-one reproduction of the SL80 in its classic navy and gold colorway. Rounding out the collection are a premium leather Hoddlesden SPZL and the rugged Winterhill SPZL in adi-tex. 

On the clothing end, you'll see the Belthorn anorak and the Rossendale parka, the later of which is a modern update to the classic fishtail parka. The Spezial Liner vest is designed specifically to fit inside the anorak as a water-resistant liner. Long sleeve and short sleeve shirts, as well as socks, are given subtle Spezial branding. 

Look for the new collection to drop globally on October 11.

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