Adidas teams up with Lego for ZX 8000 Lego sneakers

Adidas Originals ZX 8000 Lego sneakers

As Lego lovers, we all get pretty exciting whenever we come across cool Lego creations.  If you are a fan of these colorful building bricks as well, this might sound interesting to you. The Denmark-based toy company has teamed up with German sportswear manufacturer Adidas Originals to create a Lego -inspired sneaker. Called the ZX 8000 Lego Shoes, these sneakers are part of Adidas A-ZX series that reflects the diverse world of sneakers.

Adidas and Lego unveils ZX 8000 Lego sneakers

The Adidas ZX 8000 Lego sneakers are based on the classic ZX 8000 sneaker which was launched back in 2008. The stylish shoe comes in bold colors and design which is inspired from Lego building blocks. It comes with multicolor mesh and synthetic suede upper and Lego knobs on the heels. Besides that, it features co-branded tongue tabs and sock liners. Also, the Lego brick lace jewels are interchangeable. The sneakers will come with six different-colored shoelace options.

Lego-inspired shoes

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The Adidas ZX 8000 Lego shoes were announced by the two brands earlier this month through a YouTube video. According to the press release released by the two brands stated, “Demonstrating that you’re never too old to play, this unique release sees the Danish toy company bring its instantly recognizable aesthetics to an Adidas archival icon.”

Adidas and Lego unveils ZX 8000 Lego sneakers

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The Adidas Originals ZX 8000 Lego sneakers are available for purchase from today onwards at a price of $130. Interested buyers can order these sneakers on Adidas official website.
Lego-inspired shoes

Via: Insider

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