Bad Bunny has taken the music and fashion world by storm, establishing himself as an omnipresent force with his record-breaking approach to Reggaeton and his evolving collection with Adidas. The Puerto Rican phenomenon is about to headline Coachella, and fans are eagerly awaiting his performance. Before that, Adidas just launched these collab sneakers that are already been pursued by collectors.
Bad Bunny’s fashion sense is just as iconic as his music, and the new Adidas sneakers reflect that strenght and power. The Bad Bunny x Adidas Forum Buckle Low “Orange Flare” sneakers has recently been revealed, and fans are going wild over the sneak peek.
The Adidas Original + Bad Bunny Collab Sneakers
The Forum Buckle Low sample has a monochromatic makeup, with tonal accents in various shades of orange. The upper is made entirely out of suede, with the exception of the mudguard that runs around the rear. Tangerine fills the toebox and quarters, while vibrant Orange Flare dresses the remaining overlays, as well as the signature Adidas Three-Stripes and heel counter. The sneaker is complete with a two-tone midsole and black finishings on the buckle and rope toggle.
While a release date for the collaboration has not been confirmed, fans are eagerly awaiting the chance to get their hands on a pair. This isn’t the first time Bad Bunny has collaborated with Adidas – the two have a history dating back to 2018, when Bad Bunny designed a limited-edition sneaker called the Kamanda, which was inspired by soccer culture and featured a bright red colorway.
Adidas and Their Co-creations With World-Famous Artists
Adidas has a long history of collaborating with artists and musicians to create unique and exciting sneakers. In addition to Bad Bunny, Adidas has worked with Kanye West, Beyonce, and Pharrell Williams, among others.
These collaborations not only bring a fresh perspective to the brand, but they also allow artists to express their creativity through fashion. They may not look bombastic or outrageous like Bad Bunny, but the different shades of orange chosen are certainly striking. It is that minimalist but fearless style that really screams everywhere that you are wearing an Adidas originals that celebrate Bad Bunny’s Latin heritage.
Adidas + Bad Bunny Coachella Pop-Up
You absolutely need to check out the new Adidas collaboration pop-up special creation. It’s seriously cool, with an interactive activation area shaped like a cube and covered in beautiful springtime flowers.
The lifesize archway right in front of the pop-up made entirely out of Bad Bunny’s signature logo. It’s massive, and you don’t want to miss it. Now, there’s a catch: only Coachella 2023’s attendees will get to see it, since it’s exclusive to the California-based festival.
Rumor has it that if you download the Adidas CONFIRMED app, you’ll get access to some exclusive opportunities and surprise notifications throughout the weekend.