The adidas x South Park collection is finally here, after their partnership was first announced earlier this year with the Towelie Superstar release for 4/20. Now, the gang is all here, or at least, in sneaker form.
After the release of the “Towelie” adidas Campus for 4/20 this year, we’ve been waiting for the Three Stripes to unveil their full collaboration with South Park. This week, our wish has come true, thanks to the experts over at House of Heat and their uncanny abilities to find upcoming releases far ahead of most leakers. While we already got an early look at the Kenny McCormick-inspired NMD_R1 this week, today we have a better look at the rest of the shoes themed after the central cast. Featuring pairs for Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, and Eric Cartman, each shoe is built with a color scheme to reflect each boys’ classic outfit. Stan appears in the form of a Stan Smith, (wow I just figured out why while typing that…) featuring a blue upper with red and white detailing. Kyle’s is more colorful, applying a forest green upper to the Superstar while lime green accents and an orange tongue complete the look. Cartman’s Forum Low is the most intricate, featuring a puffy red leather upper with black stripes, yellow lacing, and baby blue accents.
SOUTH PARK X ADIDAS COLLECTION RELEASE INFORMATION
The upcoming South Park-themed collection from adidas has not yet been announced for release, though the appearance of these three new additions likely signals a release in the coming weeks or months. Information regarding this release is limited, though we can thank House of Heat for the early look, as well as the rumored price tag of $100 each for the three releases seen here. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more adidas release news.
UPDATE 2/14/22: adidas’ upcoming collaboration with South Park is now rumored to release next month, sometime in the latter half of March 2022. While we have no official confirmation from the brand, the Stan, Kyle, and Cartman-themed pairs are said to release alongside one another at that time.