This size? x adidas Originals Campus 80 Knows All the Rules of ‘Fight Club’
size? who loves to play around with cultural classics is collaborating with adidas once again. The duo was last seen together for the Superstar collaboration last year as a nod to Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 take on Romeo and Juliet. This time around the shoe of choice is the adidas Originals Campus 80 “Fight Club.”
As the name suggests, this pair of Campus 80 is inspired by the legendary David Fincher-directed, Brad Pitt-starring film Fight Club with plenty of references incorporated into the shoe’s design. Starting with the uppers, we find the left and right feet serving different styles as a nod to Tyler Durden’s split personality. As a result, the right shoe is served up in black suede alongside the furry Three Stripes and lettering reading “Hustler,” as a nod to the shirt that Durden wears in the film.
The red heel tab beautified with a black adidas trefoil logo breaks the design while the left shoe portrays iconography such as The Narrator’s oxford shirts (when in that persona), and a sticker of “Project Mayhem,” accompanying the Three Stripes on this foot.
Across both pairs, you’ll find cigarette burns around the top eyelets, distressed midsoles, printed insoles, and on the bottom a text of “Fight Club” spread across either foot in the signature pink title hue. Rounding out the collaborative pair is its shoebox which references the pink soap from the film.
The pair will release exclusively on size? stores physically as well as online coming 10th of September. The pair will retail at £100 GBP (approximately $138 USD) and arrive in men’s and women’s sizing.
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