adidas and Pharrell are renewing their partnership for the new decade. After a slow 2019, the two are swinging for the fences in their first release of the new year, which includes the debut of the 0 to 60 STMT as well as five other Pharrell-designed Originals.

The last time Pharrell Williams and his Hu team at adidas checked in with a new release was at the top of year, with the slightly delayed launch of the Virginia Beach artist’ colorful 4D-equipped sneakers. Now, after having shown off a number of other potential Pharrell adidas sneaker in the past two months, Skateboard P and co. are finally getting ready for a release. Teased earlier this week in the form of official images, the next drop from adidas and Pharrell is one of their most expansive yet, thanks to the addition of four new silhouette to the artsis’ Hu lineup. Among them are the adidas Nizza Hi, Continental 80s, Stan Smith, and the SC Premiere, as well as the never-before-seen 0 to 60 STMT, which appears to be a lifestyle take on a basketball sneaker. As the clear highlight of this collection, the 0 to 60 STMT features an all-over colorful print, reminiscent of Pharrell and adidas’ Holi project from a few years back. As for the rest of the collection, they will come in varying white and cream tones, with each shoe receiving its own colorful accent in the laces. 


Pharrell’s latest collection of fotowear created with adidas has not yet been announced for release, though the project is expected to launch sometime this month. Featuring the new Hu 0 to 60 STMT, Stan Smith, Nizza, Continental, SC Premiere, and the Solar Hu, the latest capsule will likely release from both adidas and select retail partners along with elevated price tags. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas release news. 

Pharrell Williams x adidas Hu SS20 
Release Date: April 5th, 2020

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