Adidas and public transport company Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) have collaborated on an exceptionally selective and limited release variety of the EQT Support 93. Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) teamed up with Adidas to released 500 sets of the limited edition shoes that cost €180 (about $220).
The EQT Support 93/Berlin shoes feature accents with the same vivid camouflage-type print seen on Berlin’s tram seats. In addition, a black mesh upper, white BOOST midsole, the iconic 3-Stripes in black, yellow rope style laces and a white leather panel on the outer side solidifies this collector’s piece.
Adidas first release the EQT Support ADV in the 1990s. The style picked up a notoriety among youngsters in East Berlin following the fall of the Berlin Wall, notwithstanding filling in as its own type of social cash. With this refreshed variant, the brand pays tribute to the city's streetwear culture.
The model fuses with the yearly season ticket for the BVG open transport arranges, notwithstanding bearing the dynamic example of the BVG situate covers onto its TPU bolster.
The shoes were solely accessible from Berlin's Adidas Originals Counter, and in sports shoe station Overkill, and as you may expect, each of the 500 sets sold out on the day, with some sneakerheads camped outdoors at Overkill for a few evenings.
Adidas isn't the only sportswear brand to collaborate the idea on open transport framework. Simply a year ago, Nike release their trainer designed with the textual style utilized by Transport for London.