It turns out the IVY PARK x adidas Top Ten 2000 sneaker was merely an appetizer to a more extensive main course — more like a 68-piece collection of apparel and accessories.

Dubbed "PARK TRAIL," IVY PARK and adidas' latest drop sees the duo get into their gorpcore bag (and then some). Utilitarian styles celebrate "the journey and the destination," as the two put it, resulting in adult and kids' pieces fit for the trail and the concrete city.

Functionality is undoubtedly top of mind this go-around, as pieces can be flipped, reversed, or just host a slew of pockets. For instance, bucket hats arrive with convenient pouches, while reversible scarves boast pockets and high collars.

Then, there's the IVY PARK x adidas sack, which can be tied around the waist, carried as a tote, and worn as a poncho.

Outerwear reprises its role as the collab's statement pieces, ranging from bright longline puffers to Three-Stripe organza trenches as seen on Offset and Devon Aoki in the campaign.

By the way, the rumors are true: Ice Spice, rap's new princess, is also a part of PARK TRAIL's visual lineup.

Maxi fur coats emerge with big collaborative branding in the collection's camouflage print and Sol Ange, or solar orange, hues (Sol Ange? Solange Knowles? Get it?).

Military influences are also apparent, courtesy of the noteworthy camo pattern and head sergeant uniforms. The collection's mesh bodysuits equipped with soldier-style badges also exude a similar militia vibe.

There are plenty of more pieces for the Bey Hive to gush over, like cropped tees, knitwear coordinates, and sequin balaclavas — all dripped out in the brand's distinctive palette and fashion-focused trims, of course.

Like past releases, sportswear silhouettes like sports bras and leggings also join the offering, speaking to adidas' forte.

As far as footwear goes, fans can expect the IVY PARK x adidas Top Ten 2000 shoes to release (again) — this time in two colorways — alongside a couple of other collaborative sneaker models.

While a few pieces were teased at Beyoncé's not-so-private Dubai concert, IVY PARK and adidas' PARK TRAIL collection officially lands on adidas' website and CONFIRMED app on February 9, followed by a global release at select retailers on February 10.

It's just enough time for fans to get their tour 'fits together. Though, you might want to leave the fur coats at home when she hits the road this summer.

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