Adidas model – Adidas Tennis Hu http://adidastennishu.com/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 13:56:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://adidastennishu.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-08T153415.691.png Adidas model – Adidas Tennis Hu http://adidastennishu.com/ 32 32 Clothes for the ‘apocalypse’: how to design for a climate crisis https://adidastennishu.com/clothes-for-the-apocalypse-how-to-design-for-a-climate-crisis/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 09:38:45 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/clothes-for-the-apocalypse-how-to-design-for-a-climate-crisis/ To become a Vogue Business Member and receive the Sustainability Edit newsletter, Click here. How to dress for a climate crisis? Floods, droughts, storms and heat waves are increasing thanks to climate change. Brands operating in unpredictable climates can offer lessons in how to design for extreme weather conditions, with sustainability in mind. Extreme weather […]]]>

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How to dress for a climate crisis? Floods, droughts, storms and heat waves are increasing thanks to climate change. Brands operating in unpredictable climates can offer lessons in how to design for extreme weather conditions, with sustainability in mind.

Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent, more intense and happening in places they wouldn’t normally affect – from the unprecedented flooding on the Australian coast to the deadly heat wave in South Asia earlier this year. According to the 2021 State of the global climate report by the United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the years 2015 to 2021 were the seven warmest years on record. The town of Lytton in British Columbia reached highs of 49.6°C on June 29, 2021, breaking the previous Canadian national record of 4.6°C. Forest fires broke out the next day. In contrast, Oklahoma City hit -25.6°C and Dallas -18.9°C, their lowest temperatures since 1899 and 1949 respectively on February 16 this year. The WMO forecasts that 2022 will bring above-average rainfall to Southeast Asia and Australasia, and an extreme hurricane season in the Atlantic. And the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says human activity is responsible.

This presents two – often opposing – challenges for performance apparel brands. They must design for the unpredictable and more extreme weather events of tomorrow, without increasing their own environmental impact by relying on synthetic materials and harsh chemicals. There is also an existential question: what are these clothes for? Designing for extreme weather means prioritizing function over form, but consumer behavior suggests both are necessary. The “gorpcore” trend is driving sales of performance apparel (named after the “good old raisins and peanuts” backpackers’ mix, referring to outerwear worn purely for aesthetics). This is even the case in more stable or mild climates, with brands focusing on researching sustainable fabrics and finishes, unlocking sustainability and circularity, and creating multi-functional garments that can be worn every day, but that also adapt to extreme weather conditions, if any.

Material difference

As heavy rains and floods become more frequent, finding long-lasting, high-performance alternatives to traditional waterproofing is a priority. Many brands are phasing out perfluorinated chemicals (PFAS) used for stain and water resistant finishes. Also known as the “eternal chemicals,” PFAS feature prominently in performance apparel, but have drawn criticism for their environmental damage and alleged effects on human health. Scientists are increasingly condemning their use in food packaging, furniture, fashion and beauty.

“PFAS have made waterproof and windproof outdoor gear possible for decades, but when these substances escape into the environment, they don’t break down. We are committed to finding a solution that is both durable and performance by our standards,” says Woody Blackford, Canada Goose’s Chief Product Officer. This solution does not yet exist on a large scale, but the brand is phasing out PFAS in its signature Arctic Tech fabric. Canada Goose is one of the most of 700 companies now using the Bluesign sustainability certification system to find less harmful materials, treatments and suppliers Aims to use 90% Bluesign approved fabrics by 2025. products that work Consumers now demand for brands to do it sustainably,” says Blackford.

One potential solution for waterproofing is durable waterproofing, a chemical treatment that minimizes condensation and maximizes breathability, says 66° North clothing designer Gudbjorg Jakobsdottir, but this requires the customer to reapply it regularly, a big demand. for customers accustomed to low-maintenance garments. Certified outerwear brand B Corp is based in Reykjavík and was originally created to help Icelandic fishermen survive freezing temperatures and heavy rain. It works closely with producers such as Gore-Tex and Polartec to test new materials, and also uses Bluesign certification, but CEO Helgi Oskarsson says its choices are limited without developing its own materials, which it doesn’t have. not the time, resources or technical expertise. TO DO. Bluesign has just launched a Sustainable Chemistry Index with Sustainable Chemistry for the Textile Industry to help brands and manufacturers meet these challenges.

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Sneaker Release Dates June 20-26 (Week 4) 2022 https://adidastennishu.com/sneaker-release-dates-june-20-26-week-4-2022/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 09:02:24 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/sneaker-release-dates-june-20-26-week-4-2022/ So far, June 2022 has seen a slew of highly anticipated sneaker releases. Every shoe company, from Nike to Adidas to Reebok, is working hard to wow their followers and sneaker lovers with their inventive ideas and eye-catching features. Upcoming coveted sneakers such as the Air Jordan 6 Red Oreo, Nike KD 15 Beginnings and […]]]>

So far, June 2022 has seen a slew of highly anticipated sneaker releases. Every shoe company, from Nike to Adidas to Reebok, is working hard to wow their followers and sneaker lovers with their inventive ideas and eye-catching features.

Upcoming coveted sneakers such as the Air Jordan 6 Red Oreo, Nike KD 15 Beginnings and more will make Week 4 of June just as spectacular.


Mark your calendars for these sneaker releases in Week 4 – June 2022

1) Adidas Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 “Onyx” and “Bone”

Adidas Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 Coloris Onyx and Bone (Images via Instagram/@yeezyinfluence)
Adidas Yeezy BOOST 350 V2 Coloris Onyx and Bone (Images via Instagram/@yeezyinfluence)

Although they may look familiar to some, Adidas and Yeezy will release two new shades of the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 in 2022. The lighter shade is “Bone”, while the darker shade is titled “Onyx”. .

Originally worn with SPLY-350 stripe to the side rails, both new colorways feature Primeknit uppers with side stripes devoid of SPLY-350 branding. Cushioning is activated by a full-length Boost, which is encased in a translucent footbed and sole.

On June 20, 2022, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 “Onyx” and “Bone” will be officially launched. Browse adidas.com/yeezy, Yeezy Supply and select stores to grab these pairs. The asking price is set at $230.


2) Jordan Brand Why Not .5 “I can’t beat this price”

Take a closer look at the impending sneakers (Image via Sportskeeda)
Take a closer look at the impending sneakers (Image via Sportskeeda)

With this incredible hue, Russell Westbrook’s latest Jordan Brand sneaker, the Why Not.5 (which premiered earlier this year), is ready to take on spring and summer.

The “Can’t Beat That Price” Jordan Why Not.5 features retro-inspired embellishments all around, including a profusion of strong hues like electrifying blue, blazing orange and purple.

Gold lace linings with the words “CAN’T BEAT” and “THAT PRICE” sparkle brightly across the forefoot for a little extra bling. A patterned outsole and oversized midsole make it perfect.

The Jordan Why Not.5 “Can’t Beat That Price” is set to release June 21st for $130 at Nike.com and authorized stores.


3) Nike ISPA Link Shoes

Nike ISPA Link shoes in Medium Olive and Barley colorways (Image via Sportskeeda)
Nike ISPA Link shoes in Medium Olive and Barley colorways (Image via Sportskeeda)

Nike’s fully recyclable ISPA Link sneaker, which was unveiled earlier this year, now comes in “Barley” and “Medium Olive” colorways. The durability-focused suit, which is guided by the Improvise, Scavenge, Protect and Adapt design concept, surpasses any previous model in looks and design.

The Nike ISPA Link is made in just eight minutes and requires no gluing, cooling or heating process. The pair can be taken apart, recycled and reused as part of the company’s Move to Zero effort.

The Nike ISPA Link in ‘Barley/Desert Moss’ & ‘Black/Enigma Stone’ [$225] Releases on Wednesday, June 22 via the online draw on stay rooted.com. The registration window is open now and closes Tuesday, June 21 at 3:00 p.m. CST, regardless of the countdown. Sizes 6-13 #stayROOTED https://t.co/I3qVLNuV0J

The Nike ISPA Link “Black/Medium Olive” and “Barley” colorways will be available to order through SNKRS as well as at select outlets on June 22 at 4 p.m. EDT. The pair will retail for $225 to purchase.


4) Jordan Zion 2 “Voodoo”

Jordan Zion 2 Voodoo colorway (Image via Sportskeeda)
Jordan Zion 2 Voodoo colorway (Image via Sportskeeda)

The Jordan Zion 2, Zion Williamson’s second signature shoe with Jordan Brand, is set to release later this year, following the popularity of its inaugural silhouette earlier this year. The shoe’s “Voodoo” colorway will be released in June 2022.

The exterior of the sneaker is canvas and suede, with varying shades of brown and green used throughout. Zoom Air and Nike branding sits on the forefoot flap, and the Zion crest sits on the pony hair tongue area.

The heel features a “voodoo” skull emblem, with juxtaposed sashiko stitching throughout the sneaker. The cream midsole, like the Jordan Zion 1, is likely to include a Zoom Air strobel arrangement, with a gum outsole emblazoned with Zion’s insignia crowning the shoe.

The Jordan Zion 2 “Voodoo” will be priced at $140 starting June 22 through Nike’s online site and authorized stores.


5) Off White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Black”

Take a look at the upcoming Off-White x Nike sneakers (Image via Nike)
Take a look at the upcoming Off-White x Nike sneakers (Image via Nike)

Off-White x Nike collaborations always grab headlines for their distinctive designs and aesthetics. Now, in June 2022, their one more design is set to debut.

The upcoming Off-White x Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Black” shoe is slated to release on June 23, 2022. You can grab these head-turning pairs for $185 on Nike’s SNKRS app and from affiliate sellers.

This Nike Air Force 1 Mid will be offered in two colors: white and black. The “Black/Clear Black” version, which has a tricolor accent on the midsole, is revealed now.

The shoes feature a playful midsole, which combines a range of patterns and textiles to create a multi-dimensional shoe. Details were sparse at the time, but the top appears to be made of a mix of woven materials, incorporating ripstop.


6) Air Jordan 36 “DMP”

Originally created in 2006, the “Defining Moments Pack” has inspired a wide range of footwear over the years. The upper of this Air Jordan 36 Low comes in a crisp Black with a glossy top layer.

Continuing all the way down the midsole, the golden medial stripe gives the sneaker even more sparkle. The distinctive Jumpman and side infinity tag have additional gold embellishments. The upper is reinforced with a White midsole and Frosted outsole.

On June 23, 2022, the Air Jordan 36 Low will debut. Retail value is $165. Visit Nike.com and select partners to shop from.


7) KANGHYUK x Reebok Premier Road Modern Mid

The KANGHYUK x Reebok Premier Road Modern Mid “Black” is a shoe made in South Korea. The KANGHYUK x Reebok Premier Road Modern Mid was released last year as part of the duo’s ongoing collaboration, which also included a version of the KANGHYUK x Reebok Premier Road Modern Mid.

The Reebok Premier Road Modern Mid is a great blend of idealistic design and simplistic color. With an all-black exterior, the boot-like structure is entirely monotonous. The design incorporates sculpted geometric lines that are separated between layers and feature dramatic detail. The Reebok brand’s Vector logo is reworked on the sculptural exterior.

On June 23, 2022, the KANGHYUK x Reebok Premier Road Modern Mid ‘Black’ and ‘Blue’ will be available online at Dover Street Market. Pick up these two new colorways via the Reebok and KANGHYUK e-commerce site from June 25th.


8) Nike KD 15 “Debut”

Take a look at the debut of the Nike KD 15 (Image via Nike)
Take a look at the debut of the Nike KD 15 (Image via Nike)

The base of the shoe is made of a multi-layered mesh in navy and blue, with a black heel counter. The tongue is covered with a hot pink KD emblem, surrounded by colorful basketball-themed graphics.

The lateral and medial sides of the sneaker sport black TPU wings meant to restrict the foot, and a pastel yellow Swoosh replaces the midfoot strap that was previously present on the sneaker. The black midsole features a full Zoom strobel system and the shoe is completed with a multi-dimensional navy blue outsole.

The Nike KD 15 “Beginnings” will be available for purchase on Nike.com and in select stores on June 25th.


9) Air Jordan 6 Red Oreo

Air Jordan 6 “Red Oreo” Released June 25>>Air Jordan 6 “Red Oreo”Color: White/University Red-BlackStyle Code: CT8529-162Release Date: June 25, 2022Price: $200 https://t.co/HOkkpc2ihJ

The legendary Air Jordan 6 returns this summer in a “Red Oreo” configuration, ideal for sunny days, according to Jordan Brand’s Summer 2022 list. The highly anticipated Red Oreo AJ6 have been in the news for some time, after months of delay they are finally arriving in June 2022.

After MJ won his first NBA championship with the Chicago Bulls in 1991, the design became a cult favorite.

The Air Jordan 6 “Red Oreo” will retail for $200 on June 25, via SNKRS and select outlets.


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Kim Kardashian almost steps out of her skin-tight leather jumpsuit as she steps out of her $250,000 Lamborghini Urus https://adidastennishu.com/kim-kardashian-almost-steps-out-of-her-skin-tight-leather-jumpsuit-as-she-steps-out-of-her-250000-lamborghini-urus/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 17:45:18 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/kim-kardashian-almost-steps-out-of-her-skin-tight-leather-jumpsuit-as-she-steps-out-of-her-250000-lamborghini-urus/ KIM Kardashian turned heads donning a leather jumpsuit as The Sun exclusively captured photos of the model stepping out of her $250,000 Lamborghini Urus. The reality TV star pulled up in her luxury white vehicle showing off her gorgeous blonde locks through the window. 5 Kim Kardashian stunned in a black jumpsuit as the model […]]]>

KIM Kardashian turned heads donning a leather jumpsuit as The Sun exclusively captured photos of the model stepping out of her $250,000 Lamborghini Urus.

The reality TV star pulled up in her luxury white vehicle showing off her gorgeous blonde locks through the window.

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Kim Kardashian stunned in a black jumpsuit as the model stepped out of her Lamborghini Urus in exclusive photos from The SunCredit: Mega
She nearly popped out of the cleavage set, putting her breasts on full display

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She nearly popped out of the cleavage set, putting her breasts on full displayCredit: Mega
She teamed the look with black shades, high heels and a matching black bag

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She teamed the look with black shades, high heels and a matching black bagCredit: Mega

But it was the outfit Kim wore as she got out of the car that won fans over as the SKIMS founder modeled a skintight ensemble.

The 41-year-old nearly popped out of the low-cut one-piece suit, which had her breasts on full display.

She kept her head down as she walked, sporting a pair of black sunglasses, high heels and a matching black bag.

The outing comes days after Kim shared snaps of her sexy beach getaway with her boyfriend, Pete Davidson, 28.

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The Hulu star captioned the instagram snap series: “Beach for 2.”

The lovebirds stood knee-deep in the crystal clear water kissing, his hand around her waist.

In another snap, the two were in the middle of the ocean on a canoe together.

Pete appeared to grab the camera for a shot, with Kim leaning back with her sensational figure on display, as fans saw part of her feet touching his on the boat.

Another photo shows the KUWTK alum standing on the beach throwing peace signs, showing off her slim waist and tiny bikini.

Her long platinum blonde hair reached almost to her waist.

Another photo showed the TV star staring down the beach, adjusting her bikini bottom, trying to avoid a wardrobe malfunction before entering the water.

The Saturday Night Live alum joined her in the water, shirtless with his tattoos showing, wearing a matching black swimsuit and black Prada sunglasses.

ADORING STEPFATHER

Things are definitely serious between the two, as recent photos have shown Pete spending time with Kim’s kids.

Kim is a mom of four with ex-husband Kanye West: North, nine; Holy, seven; Chicago, four; and Islam, three.

The King of Staten Island star was spotted holding hands with his eldest son, Saint, on a trip to The Grove mall in Los Angeles before stopping at a Walmart in Woodland Hills, not far from the mansion Calabasas from Kim.

While Kanye has remained mostly quiet after several outbursts on Instagram amid his ugly divorce battle, a source exclusively told The Sun that it’s quietly raging that Pete is now playing stepdad.

“It’s no surprise that Kanye is upset that Pete is around the kids so much, but he feels helpless as Kim is determined to move on and have him in her life,” they said.

The insider continued, “He’s kept a low profile after his public rants for the sake of the kids and to be civil, but there’s still a lot of tension between him and Kim.

“Right now they’re communicating mostly through lawyers, and Kim has braced herself for more drama, but she’s doing just fine.”

The source added: “She waited until she was really sure about her relationship with Pete before introducing him to the kids, and they love being around him.

“Kim trusts Pete and thinks Kanye needs to come to terms with the fact that they’re both going to move on and the kids will be introduced to new partners.”

YOU RETURN

On Monday, the 45-year-old rapper returned to social media after a long hiatus from his platforms, hours after Kim posted the steamy photos from the beach.

Rapper Donda took instagram to share a blurry photo of a pair of Adidas Yeezy slides priced at “$55.”

Alongside the snap was a long caption, which first mentions late NBA star Kobe Bryant, before taking a 180 and accusing Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted of selling “fake Yeezys”.

“I can’t stand this blatant copying anymore…” he wrote.

Kanye continued: “It’s for anyone who wants to speak out but feels they can’t lose their contract or be called crazy.

“…These shoes represent the disrespect people in power have for talent. This shoe is a fake Yeezy made by Adidas themselves.”

The hitmaker continued, “I don’t talk to DC about this either…Kasper come talk to me…”

Fans were quick to react to Kanye’s unexpected social media post, writing, “We missed you!”

“He’s back,” added another before a third chimed in, “The real Kanye is back.”

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Amid the chaos, Kanye found himself in new relationships: first with actress Julia Fox, then with Chaney Jones.

However, he is now a single man after he and Chaney, 24, separated.

The outing comes after her sexy beach getaway with boyfriend, Pete Davidson

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The outing comes after her sexy beach getaway with boyfriend, Pete DavidsonCredit: Instagram
Pete also spent time with Kim's kids, which her ex-husband Kanye West didn't enjoy.

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Pete also spent time with Kim’s kids, which her ex-husband Kanye West didn’t enjoy.Credit: See legend

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The new muse of fashion: Dominic Calvert-Lewin https://adidastennishu.com/the-new-muse-of-fashion-dominic-calvert-lewin/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 15:54:40 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/the-new-muse-of-fashion-dominic-calvert-lewin/ I In the quiet corner of a corporate hotel lobby, Dominic Calvert-Lewin lets me experience the very literal agony of his teenage life. “I grew so fast in such a short time that I ended up with a stress fracture in my lower back,” he says, recalling the six months he went from a 5ft […]]]>
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In the quiet corner of a corporate hotel lobby, Dominic Calvert-Lewin lets me experience the very literal agony of his teenage life. “I grew so fast in such a short time that I ended up with a stress fracture in my lower back,” he says, recalling the six months he went from a 5ft 8 compact inches to a long 6 feet and more. ‘I remember being in school and having back pain all the time [from] sitting on the plastic chairs. He leans forward and mimics a geriatric porch. “At 15, I basically felt like an old man.”

There was, thankfully, a gain to go along with the pain. Although he was sidelined from playing in the academy at his boyhood club Sheffield United for a time, it was this physical transformation that transformed him from a goalscoring midfielder into a heeled striker at springy and dominating in the aerial plane. Without the drastic change in stature, there probably wouldn’t have been a move to Everton at the age of 19; no goals on his senior England debut in autumn 2020; no climb to become one of the most talented (and coveted) young centre-forwards in the country.

Photographs by Maya Skelton ADIDAS x GUCCI track top, £1,300; tracksuit bottoms £900 (gucci.com)

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And now, about a decade later, the 25-year-old has undergone another striking and, in her own way, life-changing makeover. First bursting onto the scene as a fresh-faced, puppy-boy boy in standard turtlenecks and luxe streetwear, Calvert-Lewin has become a game-changing sartorial force in recent years. Posing on Instagram in Tinted american gigolo sunglasses, a blue velvet suit and a Chanel handbag from her private collection; showing up at the Michael Kors show at New York Fashion Week in 2020 sporting another extravagant ’70s open-neck affair; fry the collective mind of the internet with a 2021 Arena Men+ clutch with schoolgirl tube socks, another model’s handbag (pink Prada this time) and flared culottes that many have mistaken for a skirt (we’ll come back to that, of course).

Here, in the face of the macho homogeneity of men’s football and the historic aversion to anything even loosely coded as feminine, was an elite young athlete who spoke fearlessly and challenged gender norms in the process. But while Calvert-Lewin’s fashion choices have been praised for their wider social ramifications, he’s keen to point out that was never his intention. “It’s no secret the kind of clothes I like to wear,” he says, in soft Yorkshire tones. “And I think the most important thing is to stay authentic to yourself. I’m not trying to do this in order to push the boundaries or anything. I’m just trying to be myself and that’s open to interpretation, depending on how people want to take it.

Those of us who took part in today’s shoot – featuring Calvert-Lewin in a variety of looks from the highly anticipated Adidas x Gucci collaboration, bravely clutching sunflowers, lying on drizzly wet grass in a nearby park and joking about the comfort of a pair of flared sweatpants – must see his palpable passion for clothing in action. It’s the day after the final game of the Premier League season and four days after Calvert-Lewin scored the goal that saved Everton from relegation and sparked two separate frenzied pitch invasions at Goodison Park (“It was an outburst of raw emotion,” he says. “And being the man who provided security, well, that’s what I had been visualizing for weeks”). There is noticeable fatigue, and perhaps some stiffness in the way he moves his lean, looming frame.

Photographs by Maya Skelton ADIDAS x GUCCI jacket, £2,490; pants, POA; trainers £575 (gucci.com)

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Even so, when he began to embark on a more considered fashion journey (particularly through his collaboration with Harry Lambert, stylist-provocateur like Josh O’Connor and Harry Styles and star of My London This Week), he works on illustrious collaborations like today’s one he had in mind. “It’s like the perfect marriage,” he says, referring to the association of the Italian fashion house and the German sportswear brand. He’s changed into plainclothes now, a faded blue Adidas cropped tracksuit with ripped off white Noah socks. He describes his style as “a bit retro, a bit retro”, but who inspires him?

“I always say people like Sammy Davis Jr and Jimi Hendrix,” he says, his doe-like hazel eyes peering through his signature spray of bouncy curls. “I feel like, in a way, men were more flamboyant back then. And it’s like we’ve moved backwards in a way. [People] act like it’s alien, but really and truly, it was done long before I wore these costumes. That’s a good point. But where the likes of, say, George Best offset plunging cashmere shirts with a demonstrably old-school attitude toward booze and women, Calvert-Lewin seems comfortable enough in his masculinity to push his boundaries. These world-shaking culottes are a good example. “I thought I had just put on some shorts,” he laughs. ‘So when the cover came out and it looked like a skirt, I didn’t even know what [had happened]. The irony was that it wasn’t a skirt. But even if it had been, if I had seen a skirt and put it on, that’s what it is.

There was, he concedes, some inevitable negativity on social media. But what he wasn’t prepared for was the upside; the dozens of parents thanking him “for being a positive role model just by being myself.” “It never occurred to me that I could positively influence people,” he adds. “It was far beyond any type of trolling I had.” He is full of praise for Jake Daniels, the 17-year-old Blackpool striker who last month became the first openly gay professional footballer of a generation. “Credit to the boy,” he said. “It took such bravery, even at such a young age, to tell the world who he is. Maybe in his self-confidence, it could inspire other people to do it. It shouldn’t be much when you look at the world we live in now, but football is weird.

Or maybe you could say football isn’t weird or inclusive enough. Calvert-Lewin — aside from naturally craving a vacation after an injury-ravaged and emotionally draining season he describes as “the most difficult time of my career” — is about to change that. He knows better than anyone, after those shackled days in the classroom, that change is not something to be feared.

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adidas TERREX Free Hiker Made To Be Remade Core Black GW4302 https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-terrex-free-hiker-made-to-be-remade-core-black-gw4302/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 00:12:22 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-terrex-free-hiker-made-to-be-remade-core-black-gw4302/ While Nike may push circular design with collections like Space Hippie and Next Nature, few of their releases embody the principle quite like adidas’ “Made To Be Remade” series, whose offerings can be flipped and then completely redone. Even shoes designed for the outdoors are no exception, as this TERREX Free Hiker – which is […]]]>

While Nike may push circular design with collections like Space Hippie and Next Nature, few of their releases embody the principle quite like adidas’ “Made To Be Remade” series, whose offerings can be flipped and then completely redone. Even shoes designed for the outdoors are no exception, as this TERREX Free Hiker – which is the first TERREX shoe in the collection – more than proves it.

Compared to previous iterations of the Free Hiker, this pair offers a much simpler and more streamlined construction. The upper, which is made of a TPU knit, however uses the original model as a base, as the weave traces its various contours in “Core Black”. Adjacent laces, stays, heel tabs, etc. also incorporate said neutral, directly contrasting the white “TERREX” branding and full BOOST sole unit.

Enjoy an official preview of the TERREX Free Hiker “Made To Be Remade” here. They are currently scheduled to release at adidas.com on June 13 at a retail price of US$275.

In other news, Have you seen the adidas Adilette 22 Slide?

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Be sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

adidas TERREX Free Hiker “Made To Be Remade”
Release date: June 13, 2022 (Monday)
Colour: Core Black/Core Black/Cloud White

Men: $275
Style code: GW4302

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Where to buy Adidas ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 shoes? Release date, price and more details explored https://adidastennishu.com/where-to-buy-adidas-adizero-adios-pro-3-shoes-release-date-price-and-more-details-explored/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 19:51:16 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/where-to-buy-adidas-adizero-adios-pro-3-shoes-release-date-price-and-more-details-explored/ Adidas has put a lot of effort into its running segment to create a premium line for long-distance runners, and its ADIZERO Adios Pro has been among the most preferred silhouettes. The next 3.0 variant of the silhouette was recently revealed by the shoe brand. The ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 is the newest addition to […]]]>

Adidas has put a lot of effort into its running segment to create a premium line for long-distance runners, and its ADIZERO Adios Pro has been among the most preferred silhouettes. The next 3.0 variant of the silhouette was recently revealed by the shoe brand.

The ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 is the newest addition to the ADIZERO racing line, and it strives to push the sport forward.

The upcoming third version of the ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 silhouettes will retail for $250 a pair. For interested buyers, the pairs will be easily purchasable through Adidas’ e-commerce site starting June 23. Apart from the shoes business, a few selected sellers will also offer these shoes.


Adidas ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 are the ultimate long-distance running shoes

Take a closer look at the upcoming runners (Image via Sportskeeda)
Take a closer look at the upcoming runners (Image via Sportskeeda)

The history of Adidas ADIZERO Adios Pro 3, on the footwear company’s official website reads,

“The ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 is created for elite runners and professionals who work hard to break new records. With its optimized technologies and design, it is the perfect shoe for runners looking for marginal gains It is the best companion for the feet of those who challenge the limits of their own body.Those who dream beyond speed.

The Adidas ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 is designed as the best long-distance road running shoe, with two layers of durable Lightstrike Pro foam for increased cushioning as well as better support.

Additionally, the shoe has ENERGYRODS 2.0 placed underfoot, which will provide the ideal level of firmness and energy return, allowing runners to push their performance to unprecedented levels.

The featherweight model was created using three distinct shades of “Black”, “Beam Yellow” and “Solar Green”. The full upper features premium knit and mesh which is great for airflow. Fashioned with a black background, the green and yellow elements of the shoes make them more interesting.

The black mesh tabs are accented with green “ADIZERO” labeling in the center, while the medial sides are stamped with “ADIZERO Adios Pro 3” branding. Plus, the pairs’ Three Stripes branding is made from partially recycled content.

Ultimately, the 3.0 variant is wrapped in a chunky Continental rubber sole that provides stability. The Continental emblem is visible on the outsole.

The product description of the Next Runner on Adidas’ online store says,

“ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 is the ultimate long-distance road running shoe, for fast runners looking to take their performance to the next level and chase new records. The midsole consists of 2 layers of Lightstrike Pro foam durable providing cushioning With optimized ENERGYRODS 2.0 built into the midsole, the ADIZERO Adios Pro 3 is designed to give runners the optimum level of stiffness and energy return.

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Anyone eyeing the pairs, be sure to visit the brand’s website on June 23rd at 7:00 GMT.


Apart from that, Adidas recently teamed up with Atmos to release their collaborative capsule collection “Adimatic”. This range will feature the cult Adimatic shoes, as well as t-shirts and socks. These popular Adimatic shoes were first introduced almost three decades ago in 1996. The shoes are priced at $99 or JPY 13,200, while the tees are marked at $44 or JPY $5,940 each.


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How the ‘Madden 23’ devs recreated ‘every pore, every geometry’ of the soccer icon https://adidastennishu.com/how-the-madden-23-devs-recreated-every-pore-every-geometry-of-the-soccer-icon/ Mon, 06 Jun 2022 17:30:25 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/how-the-madden-23-devs-recreated-every-pore-every-geometry-of-the-soccer-icon/ John Madden hated stealing and wasting his potential. The player, analyst, coach, broadcaster and showman continually redefined the way football was viewed and discussed until his passing in December 2021. From coaching the Oakland Raiders to a Super Bowl championship in 1976 to providing commentary and analysis for thousands of matches over three decades, Madden […]]]>

John Madden hated stealing and wasting his potential.

The player, analyst, coach, broadcaster and showman continually redefined the way football was viewed and discussed until his passing in December 2021. From coaching the Oakland Raiders to a Super Bowl championship in 1976 to providing commentary and analysis for thousands of matches over three decades, Madden has brought a new level of technical know-how to the pigskin experience. Although he retired in 2009, he has remained in tune with the times thanks in part to the video game franchise that bears his name.

Decades after the first-ever game launched on the Apple II, EA Sports senior producer Michael Maher says Madden’s example continues to be a guide for development teams.

“If you’ve ever seen him coach, or if you’ve ever heard of him, he’s one of a kind,” Maher said. Reverse. “He’s an inspiration to us of what good looks like.”

Since 1988, the Madden video game series has released 41 editions and sold more than 130 million copies. It has evolved from simple pixel art to a remarkably complex simulator that constantly redefines the cutting edge of video game visuals and physics. It’s the de facto game for football fans, attracting many gamers who would never touch a console otherwise. (EA’s partnership with the NFL, which was renewed in 2020, making it the only series capable of including real-world teams and player likenesses.)

It’s hard to imagine the gaming landscape without Madden, but the franchise wouldn’t exist at all without the legendary coach and commentator, whom EA founder Trip Hawkins approached all the way back in 1984 to throw some prestige behind their idea of ​​a football game.

His involvement in the series was more than superficial. Madden commented on playbooks and plays on an annual basis. When Madden couldn’t make it to the EA offices, the developers made a point of coming to visit him once a year. His uncanny eye for breaking down 11v11 football into plays, calls, and logical conclusions added a sense of realism that contributed to the series’ success.

For the first time in two decades, Coach Madden is on the cover of the game, in three different variations. In the late ’80s and early ’90s, he featured prominently on the title screen and as an announcer, but he didn’t appear much in the show’s later episodes. He made an appearance in Crazy 22 as a coach released for free to players but has not been a title announcer since Crazy 09.

A brand new mode for this year also sees dueling Maddens controlling star players as they face off in a 1970s Oakland Coliseum. While EA has yet to reveal much about this mode, players can expect to see a fully realized and rendered Madden in his training prime.

“How we were going to honor him was in the works long before he passed,” Maher said. “We continue to work closely with his family to ensure that we continue to infuse our game with his passion and vision for the sport.”

“He still has occupies an important place on everything we do daily and annually.

To create as realistic an in-game model as possible to pay homage to their reigning patriarch, the developers tracked down authentic 70s clothing, including Adidas belts and shoes he wore on the pitch. They even managed to get their hands on his Super Bowl Ring. Using advanced 3D technology, which involved placing small dots on items and waving a wand-like device around them, the developers were able to recreate an impeccably accurate rendition of her former wardrobe. To recreate his physical likeness, Madden’s team merged a scan of him from a previous iteration of the game with his bust from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

“We have a team of world-class artists here who will go into every pixel, to push and adjust every wrinkle, every pore, every geometry,” Maher said. “Then we actually talk to his family. We don’t stop until we’re all happy to have succeeded.

The cover of the standard edition of “Madden 23”.EA Sports

Advances in digital imaging have made it easier than ever to include realistic renderings of deceased celebrities in the media. Sometimes it’s effective, like Paul Walker’s posthumous cameo in Fast and Furious 7. Other times it can be shocking and offensive, such as Peter Cushing’s digital recreation of Grand Moff Tarkin in A thug.

To avoid any misunderstanding, Maher says the inclusion of Madden’s likeness in the series will have to “match what he is.”

“When you see this happening in other forms when it’s done right, people jump out of their seats.” Maher said. “When it’s not, it can go south quite quickly.”

Madden already has a precedent of including deceased players in their game, who can no longer share their likeness input. In the Madden Ultimate Team online multiplayer mode, players can use retired or deceased players, known as Legends, on their roster.

Once the developers figure out how best to honor a deceased or retired player – and what that player’s fans would actually appreciate – EA reaches out to families, foundations, or trusts and explains their plans for the likeness of the player.

“That’s why if we do this in the future – probably more when that if – it will be selective. And we’ll just make sure we get it right,” Maher says.

The passing of Coach Madden was a deeply felt loss to football. Decades after first stepping onto the court, his legacy has not been tarnished by scandal or controversy. Crazy 23 hopes to honor that legacy and the great coach the world has come to know.

“Although time flies and it almost belongs to a bygone era, it still looms large in everything we do daily and yearly on our game,” Maher said.

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Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo electric car gets the Harlequin treatment https://adidastennishu.com/porsche-taycan-cross-turismo-electric-car-gets-the-harlequin-treatment/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 21:19:09 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/porsche-taycan-cross-turismo-electric-car-gets-the-harlequin-treatment/ Designer Sean Wotherspoon’s streetwear-inspired take on the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo features corduroy upholstery and pastel-hued Harlequin paint. 0 See 12 pictures See 12 pictures PreviousNext Porsche’s tallest electric wagon, the Porsche Taycan Cross Touringreceived a Harlequin-inspired makeover, courtesy of American designer Sean Wotherspoon. Known for his colorful clothes and artistic creations, Virginia-born Wotherspoon has […]]]>

Designer Sean Wotherspoon’s streetwear-inspired take on the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo features corduroy upholstery and pastel-hued Harlequin paint.


Porsche’s tallest electric wagon, the Porsche Taycan Cross Touringreceived a Harlequin-inspired makeover, courtesy of American designer Sean Wotherspoon.

Known for his colorful clothes and artistic creations, Virginia-born Wotherspoon has 1.1 million followers on Instagram and a number of high profile brand collaborations with Adidas and Vespa.

The 32-year-old is the proud owner of a 1996 Volkswagen Golf Harlequin – one of 264 produced for the US market – so for his latest collab, Wotherspoon has customized his personal Taycan 4 Cross Turismo to look like his other Pride and Joy.



The Golf Harlequin was an American market sequel to the 1995 European VW Polo Harlequin, which created a unique look by mixing and matching the colors of the car’s exterior panels.

While only 264 Golf Harlequins were built for the United States, demand for the smaller 1995 Polo Harlequin in Europe was so high that Volkswagen had to increase production from 1000 to 3800 examples.

Like the Harlequin Golf, Wotherspoon’s Taycan exterior features four distinct (and unique) paint colors, all named after members of its family: Nash Blue, Sean Peach, Loretta Purple and Ashley Green.



Through Porsche’s Paint to Sample Plus customization program, future Taycan buyers will be able to select Wotherspoon’s custom paint colors for their own cars, but only one per car.

The one-of-a-kind Taycan also boasts an interior accented in cork and corduroy, with Wotherspoon, a vegan, keen to ensure the car was leather-free (an option also available to normal Taycan buyers).

It’s not the first time that corduroy has graced the interior of a Porsche, with the first use of the fabric dating back to the 1952 Porsche 356.



The design process involved stripping and rewiring the car, with the Porsche design team painting a perfect circle down the side of the Taycan’s exterior in a nod to the racing history of the mark – symbolic of a starting number cockade.

“The circle represents Porsche racing history dating back to the 1950s Le Mans car and so many other icons to follow. The hand-painted artistry and time it takes to achieve the perfect circle on these cars is pretty amazing, especially when it comes to curves like the Taycan,” Wotherspoon wrote of his creation.

“Our teams have worked extremely hard around the clock at all levels with the energy and excitement of working together on such a unique project and I think the circle also represents that journey and the end product that we have made.”



Wotherspoon’s Taycan is the latest in a series of artistic interpretations of Porsche’s very first electric model – an early 2021 Taycan designed by an American artist Richard Phillips sold for $200,000 at auction.

Selecting an individual paint shade for the Taycan wagon, through the brand’s Paint to Sample Plus service, adds $42,230 to the purchase price and at least three months to the delivery time.



Susannah Guthrie

Susannah Guthrie has been a journalist since the age of 18 and has spent the past two years writing about cars for Drive, CarAdvice, CarSales and as an automotive columnist for several in-flight and hotel magazines. Susannah’s background is news journalism, followed by several years in celebrity journalism, entertainment journalism and fashion magazines and a brief stint hosting a television travel show for Channel Ten. She joined Drive in 2020 after spending a year and a half leading online platforms Harper’s BAZAAR and ELLE. Susannah holds a BA in Media and Communications from the University of Melbourne and cut her teeth as an intern at Time Inc in New York. She also took a course in television presentation with the National Institute of Dramatic Art. She lives in Melbourne with her husband and one-year-old son who, despite her best efforts, is yet to enjoy a good road trip.

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Madonna fans react as she promotes her upcoming single with bizarre video of her face https://adidastennishu.com/madonna-fans-react-as-she-promotes-her-upcoming-single-with-bizarre-video-of-her-face/ Wed, 01 Jun 2022 00:45:05 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/madonna-fans-react-as-she-promotes-her-upcoming-single-with-bizarre-video-of-her-face/ Madonna fans got mixed reactions when she promoted her upcoming single with a bizarre close-up video of herself. The 63-year-old pop icon celebrates more than four decades in the music industry and last month became the first and only artist to top the Dance Club Songs – Billboard charts 50 times. To celebrate this feat, […]]]>

Madonna fans got mixed reactions when she promoted her upcoming single with a bizarre close-up video of herself.

The 63-year-old pop icon celebrates more than four decades in the music industry and last month became the first and only artist to top the Dance Club Songs – Billboard charts 50 times.

To celebrate this feat, she is releasing two collections: a 50-track compilation of her favorite remixes of the most popular hits and another 16-track version.

The latest single sees a remix to Deeper and Deeper from 1992, which is out now.

She posted an eight-second video to her social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and TikTok, on Tuesday evening (May 31).



Madonna started the video looking at the camera



She then slowly zoomed in on the lens of her sunglasses
She then slowly zoomed in on the lens of her sunglasses

During the video, Madonna wore a black Balenciaga jacket, a pair of pastel pink sunglasses, her hoop earrings and a number of necklaces – the same outfit she wore while watching the WBA lightweight world championship. at the Barclays Center in Brookyln for Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero last Saturday with his son David Banda.

As the remix sample plays in the background, she appears to take a selfie before slowly zooming in on her face before moving closer to the lens of her sunglasses.

The caption next to the video read, “I always want to go deeper and deeper…………….” followed by five purple love heart emojis.

The majority of his fans reacted positively to the posts, with Brazilian artist Johnny Hooker saying, “This remix is ​​so amazing,” followed by four fire emojis.

On Instagram, one person commented, “Deeper and deeper into botox,” along with a laughing face emoji.

Another wrote: “About as much intellect as Lady Garbage. With stans like you, no wonder her career is trash.”

However, on TikTok, the comments were less kind with concerns over his erratic behavior.

One user said: ‘I used to be a fan, not so much anymore’, while a second person added: ‘I’m worried about his well-being.’

Meanwhile, her recent racy snaps have her banned from going live on Instagram after she continually broke the app’s rules with her nude posts last week.

She shared a video reacting to the decision, saying, “I’ve never worn so many clothes in my life.”



David Banda and Madonna at the Davis vs. Romero title fight last weekend in Brooklyn
David Banda and Madonna at the Davis vs. Romero title fight last weekend in Brooklyn

She captioned the clip: ”Not us!!!! violation of community guidelines……….”

Madonna was puzzled as to why her posts were deleted, but she admitted it could be a delay in previous NFT videos.

The mother-of-six has teamed up with digital artist, graphic designer and animator Beeple to make the three NFT videos – also known as non-fungible tokens – which aren’t for the faint-hearted.

Among the more graphic aspects of the clips are close-ups of her private parts, which were created using scans of the singer.

There is no sign of the videos on her Instagram, but she has yet to clarify whether these are the videos that were deleted by herself or the social media platform.

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Adidas Completes Village Campus Expansion in Portland https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-completes-village-campus-expansion-in-portland/ Sat, 28 May 2022 09:48:43 +0000 https://adidastennishu.com/adidas-completes-village-campus-expansion-in-portland/ The German sportswear giant, Adidas unveiled its new Portland, Oregon headquarters, called The Village Campus. This 220,000 square foot expansion of its North American campus, which began in 2018, aims to create an environment that promotes both collaboration and the well-being of its employees. The expansion of The Village campus now brings the total office […]]]>

The German sportswear giant, Adidas unveiled its new Portland, Oregon headquarters, called The Village Campus. This 220,000 square foot expansion of its North American campus, which began in 2018, aims to create an environment that promotes both collaboration and the well-being of its employees.

The expansion of The Village campus now brings the total office space on the property to 525,000 square feet, which will house the approximately 1,700 adidas staff members in Portland. Designed by both Studio O+A and LEVER Architecturethis new development includes three new buildings on the site, with spaces for a new gym, cafes, parking and a football pitch, positioned between the buildings.

New features added to Campus Village buildings

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One of the buildings on The Village campus is a six-story building, featuring open studio spaces, library tables, couches, designer tables on wheels, and other moveable furniture; this design was put in place to create a working environment with spaces adapted to all working styles. The other two buildings are named The Gold building and The Performance Zone.

At the Gold Building, staff can access amenities such as a food hall, cafe, and EV chargers. Other amenities such as fitness equipment, cafe, juice bar, green roof and rooftop lounge can be found in The Performance Zone building, which aims to manage health and wellness employees. Two levels of gym space are available at The Performance Zone for interval training, circuit and strength training, boxing, yoga, dance classes, and cardio and spin.

Read also $120m Jaguars Sports Performance Center to be built in Jacksonville

With Adidas employees returning to the office in the post-covid19 pandemic era, the new Village Campus facilities are intended to ease the process of transitioning from remote to physical work. A hybrid model has also been put in place that gives staff the option to come into the office three days a week and work remotely two weeks a year.

Rupert Campbell, President of Adidas North America, said the company is committed to creating the best work environment with state-of-the-art facilities to inspire passion, energy and creativity. people who make Adidas special.

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