Brand: Oyster Holdings x adidas

Model: Samba

Key Features: Leather and ripstop nylon construction, gold Oyster Holdings branding above the Three Stripes, Oyster Holdings logo, multicolored “International Sportsman” icon, Trefoil on the heel, “World Traveler’s Cup” logo on the tongue, passport stamps on the sockliner, seven pairs of laces.

Release Date: May 31

Price: $130

Buy:Oyster Holdings

Editor’s Notes:Oyster Holdings debuts its third collaboration with adidas Originals, consisting of footwear and apparel tying to a global tournament theme of “The World’s Travelers Cup.” Both the concept and colors utilized in the capsule adhere to Oyster Holdings’ “Traveling is a Sport®️” slogan.

Oyster Holdings x adidas Originals SS19 centers around the Samba. The classic sneaker is offered in three bright colorways of blue, yellow, and red, each crafted from premium leather and ripstop nylon. The low-tops are then branded with various hits, including gold Oyster Holdings branding above the Three Stripes, an additional Oyster Holdings logo, a multicolored “International Sportsman” icon, the Trefoil on the heel, the “World Traveler’s Cup” logo on the tongue, and passport stamps on the sockliner. Each pair comes with seven sets of laces.

Oyster Holdings and adidas Originals have also cooked up some apparel items for their latest collab. An engineered polo shirt and matching shorts point to soccer stylings of the ’80s and ’90s, optioned in green, red, and orange. A blue and white nylon track top pulls inspiration from vintage Olympic team attire, as it is accompanied by matching track pants. Lastly, the pieces from the co-branded collection can be carried in a new duffle bag.

You can look forward to Oyster Holdings’ SS19 adidas Originals collection releasing on May 31.

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