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The adidas Originals Retropy E5 Pride

Designed in collaboration with Kris Andrew Small.

Ready or not, Summer is right around the corner. With Pride Month on the horizon, brands are releasing special new collections, collaborations, and more. Today the good folks over at adidas Originals are back with a special iteration of the Retropy E5, arriving in a Pride-inspired colorway. The collection follows a collection made in collaboration with the Sydney-based artist Kris Andrew Small. The two have joined forces for one final sneaker, offering the Retropy E5 in a “Cream White/Purple” colorway. The sneaker features rainbow hues on the rubber outsole, while hi-vis yellow decorates the leather heel tab. Blue, orange, green and red D-ring eyelets line the tongue, while a textile base is adorned with etchings of hearts, gender icons, and other symbols. A multicolored Trefoil logo is seen on the tongue, while Small’s signature iconography adds to the heel tab. Take a closer look at the eye-catching new colorway in the images below and pick up a pair from adidas’ website. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding footwear and sneakers coming soon.

Photos via adidas Originals

Written by Jesse James

Author, Audiophile, Style connoisseur, & Sneakerhead. Passionate for life and happiness!

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