Brand: adidas x Bad Bunny

Buy: Highsnobiety Shop

Model: "Last Forum"

Release Date: TBC

Editor's Notes: Ever since they released their first Forum collaboration at the beginning of last year, which now resells for upwards of $1,000, Bad Bunny and adidas have been busy.

After dropping colorways such as "Easter Egg" and "Back to School", the duo flew lucky fans out to Puerto Rico and New York to celebrate a new light blue colorway inspired by Bad Bunny's hometown.

But we've now reached the end of the road for Bad Bunny and his experimentation with the Forum.

Releasing on December 10, the "Last Forum" is exactly that: the last time that Bad Bunny will add a new colorway to his highly-popular line of Forum sneakers.

Similar to Bad Bunny's previous releases, the shoe was first teased to fans in person. At the 2022 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, five lucky fans had the chance to get the shoe before anyone else by sharing images of a “Un Verano Sin Ti” Hottest Heart balloon. Now, the good news for anyone who wasn't one of those lucky people — the shoe is about to hit shop floors.

Seasonally appropriate, the white, cream, and grey sneaker is winter-themed with the editorial being shot on snowy mountains (who said all-white sneakers are only for the summer?) where the shoes match the color of the snow.

As with previous drops, the former '80s basketball sneaker has been updated with heavy-duty buckles, reflective drawstring cords at the heel, and a mixed-material upper which all give it a more heavy-duty look.

While this might be goodbye for Bad Bunny and the adidas Forum, we hope that there are plenty more sneakers to come from the reggaeton singer and Highsnobiety cover star.

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