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    Adidas x Bad Bunny: New Collab On The Works

    Not a year has gone by and Bad Bunny already has two new collabs with Adidas on the way. The Response CL and Forum Powerphase are what’s coming from the Latin artist. But for now, we only know the Powerphase collection is soon to come.

    In this newest collaboration with Bad Bunny and Adidas these new Forum Low Powerphase came with a personal touch. It contains Bad Bunny’s real name inscribed on the right side of the sneaker. “Benito” as people on the internet are calling the shoe itself.

    In addition the shoe is considered a hybrid that combines the Forum’s upper with the Powerphase’s sole. As for the paletter it’s a mix between tan and black. With shades of pink, blue, green, and orange as the accent of the shoe. The news of this new add to the Adidas collection comes to light thanks to friends and family of the artist. As they post through social media receiving their PR packages.

    Even Adam Blasco, the kid from “YHLQMDLG” album cover posted the shoes on his Instagram stories.

    The Other Shoe, The Response CL

    The Response CL

    These are rumored to be part of a bigger “Ice Cream” pack. In this pack it includes the multicolored ZX 8000, which were leaked back in July. This reworked version of the Response CL has multiple layers, signifying the drip od a melting liquid. Hence to be part of the “Ice Cream” pack. Perhaps these sneakers are of Benito’s most wearable designs, being served up in a neutral palette.

    Moreover, neither the company or the artist have annouced the release date of the shoes. But around the net it shows some region-specific Adidas sites posting prices around $175.

    Not The End For Benito

    Besides the shoe related announcements, Bad Bunny is also mentioned his new world tour. Starting this summer called ‘World’s Hottest Tour’.

    Bad Bunny

    As well announcing he’s working on his next album, soon to be realeased later this year.





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