Particularly evident on the N9000 silhouette, the low-top sneaker hosts several shades, ranging from yellow, blue, red, green and more. Comprised of premium suede, breathable mesh and leather for its upper, its vibrant upper is offset by a black/white rubber sole unit. Slight yellow and red accents are also provided to further add more vibrance. Other notable details include three sets of laces, in either white, red, or blue, co-branding on the tongue and custom printed insoles.
Essentially exhibiting sportswear and streetwear ethos, the capsule is rounded out by a navy tracksuit and two colors of box logo t-shirts which also showcases the label’s background, originally coming from soccer. The range of apparel are detailed with black side tape as well as a special tagproof of the collab.
You can find this limited edition set in Tokyo first, starting this Saturday, January 30th. Stay tuned in to KicksOnFire for a possible wider release in the near future.
I’m a fan of both labels. The execution was nicely done. I wouldn’t purchase the sneakers though since the palette isn’t for me, but I’m sure it’ll garner a lot of attention.