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Brand: Vic Lloyd x adidas Orginals

Model: Forum Low “Chicago Works Harder”

Release Date: July 3

Price: $100

Buy: iamviclloyd.com and in-store at Fat Tiger Workshop

What We’re Saying: Fat Tiger Workshop co-founder Vic Lloyd and adidas Originals have teamed up to rework the Forum Low, paying tribute to the city of Chicago and its hard-working people.

The project, dubbed “Chicago Works Harder,” sees the Forum Low dressed in an eye-catching orange hue on the upper. The sneaker’s signature strap is seen in both bright blue and bright yellow, representing the blue city trucks and safety vests worn by city workers every day. Other details include a milk crate and basketball, as well as “Chicago Works Harder” embossed on the tongue.

The Vic Lloyd x adidas Originals Forum Low “Chicago Works Harder” drops on July 3.

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