Adidas Consortium Boston Super OG

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Adidas is bringing back a classic this summer season with the release of these Consortium Boston Super OG paying homage to the tragic events that took place during the Boston Marathon.

The sneakers have been on the market for nearly 30 years (originally debuted in 1984), but these kicks have gotten better with age. The low top, casual silhouette is covered in a grey upper based in suede alongside both mesh and leather construction. Navy blue, red and white hits found throughout the entire shoe finish off the look for these patriotic sneakers. Kith NYC recently sold out of these, but you can still purchase a pair for a limited time from Amazon.

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