In August 2018, Kylie Jenner officially became a brand ambassador for adidas, joining Kanye West and Kendall Jenner as part of the Three Stripes family. Recently though, the youngest Kardashian-Jenner has been spotted wearing a number of highly-coveted Nike kicks, causing speculation about whether she is still signed to adidas.

According to a report by Complex, Kylie Jenner's adidas partnership may have ended on December 31, 2019. On December 19, prior to the deal's expiration date, Jenner shared a picture wearing a pair of adidas' Supercourt sneakers. This is her last adidas post to date.

Yesterday, Kylie Jenner shared a selfie from her closet, wearing Nike's rare "What The" Nike SB Dunk Lows. The highly-coveted kicks were first released in 2007 and are currently reselling for around $7,900.

Two days ago, Jenner also shared a picture rocking a pair of Air Jordan 1s from colette's friends and family collaboration — another highly-limited releasing currently going for over $6,000.

Whether Kylie plans to sign a new endorsement deal with another sneaker brand is currently unclear. Stay tuned for updates.

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