Bad Bunny is teaming up with Adidas to release new sneakers: release date, price and more
Thirst trap king and Lady Gaga super fan, Bad Bunny is collaborating with Adidas to release a collection.
The pair have teamed up once again to reimagine a classic Adidas silhouette, the Forum Buckle Low.
It sees the Puerto Rican rapper put his own stamp on the sneakers, and fans can get their own Bad Bunny-branded pair.
The sneakers will be available exclusively through selected retail partners and adidas.com.
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They’re priced at $160/£130 and will be available from 9am on 27 August via the Adidas Confirmed app, and will then get a wider release online.
This time the pair have collaborated on the Adidas Forum Buckle Low sneakers in Blue Tint, which is made from a mix of leather and suede.
It includes the signature midfoot buckle in black, while Bad Bunny branding features on the double stacked tongue and outsole.
Adidas also says you can switch out the laces to play up the colour – with three to choose from.
He previously teamed up with Adidas and Cheetos for a clothing collection in aid of a good cause.
The unique apparel range included a cheetah-patterned tracksuit and two football jerseys embellished with the logos of the singer, Adidas and Cheetos.
Alongside the collection, he launched the Deja ty Huella Estudiante Fund, which will give a total of $500,000 to students in the US and Bad Bunny’s native of Puerto Rico.
It saw ten students receive a $50,000 scholarship to use towards their education.
Bad Bunny via Instagram tonight at Lady Gaga’s concert “Chromatica Ball Tour” in Boston pic.twitter.com/U1GNhRwo7c
— Access Bad Bunny ☀️?❤️ (@AccessBadBunny) August 20, 2022
Fans of Bad Bunny have also noticed that he’s a big Lady Gaga fan, with the artist recently attending her Chromatica Ball show in Boston.
One fan tweeted: “Bad Bunny is a hardcore chromatica stan”, posting pictures of the singer repping Chromatica merch, including a t-shirt and wellies.
In an interview with E! in 2020 he said that he turns to Lady Gaga’s music when he feels at his lowest.
Talking about Chromatica he says: “That album makes me feel like more happy and when she dropped that album I was in a really good moment enjoying my life, so I love that album.”
Bad Bunny is a staunch LGBT+ ally
The rapper has proven himself to be an ally to LGBT+ since his breakthrough onto the music scene.
In 2020 he paid a touching tribute to a trans woman who was brutally killed in Puerto Rico, where Bad Bunny is also from.
He wore a t-shirt that read “they killed Alexa, not a man with a skirt” in Spanish, during a performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
“But I never felt as masculine as I did the day I dressed up like a drag queen,” he added.
And despite some backlash he explained: “I did it to show support to those who need it. I may not be gay, but I’m a human who cares.”
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