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The Nice Kicks x adidas collaborations keep getting better and better. The familiar partners have teamed up for yet another tie-dye-adorned sneaker in the "Have a Nice Day” Ultra 4D.

Designer Frank Cooke first previewed the latest Nice Kicks x adidas drop on Instagram, revealing that the collab is all about going outside to enjoy the elements during a time when many of us remain confined due to the pandemic and can’t do much else.

As alluded to above, the Ultra 4D sees Nice Kicks and adidas continuing their popular tie-dye theme, previously carried out on the likes of the NMD_R1 and Ultraboost. Here, a black and white tie-dye print is implemented across the upper of the Ultra 4D, while the silhouette’s 4D-printed sits below.

In line with the theme of the collaboration, pairs of the Nice Kicks x adidas Ultra 4D have been sent to friends and family in a picnic basket with plates and silverware, a mug, salt and pepper shakers, a wine key, and a blanket.

At the time of writing, Nice Kicks has yet to announce the adidas Ultra 4D collaboration, so you'll want to stay tuned for more on the impending launch.

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