Just a week after conquering the Coachella stage on April 21st, Bad Bunny is set to enthral his fans once more with the latest installment of his collaborative footwear series, the Bad Bunny x adidas Campus “Wild Moss.”
Scheduled to hit the market on April 29th, this new offering from the Puerto Rican artist’s partnership with adidas is all set to make waves in the fashion world with its unique design and militaristic inspiration.
While the exact details regarding the inspiration behind this latest release are yet to be confirmed by either Bad Bunny or adidas, the “Wild Moss” colorway seems to lean towards a military-inspired theme. The shoe’s uppers are predominantly made of shaggy suede material, boasting a dusty green hue that is reminiscent of military uniforms and equipment. This is further accentuated by a drab olive accent that adorns the puffed-up, satin-covered collars.
Adding to the earthy vibe of the shoe, alternating shades of brown make their way onto the double-stacked tongues and inner booties. The former showcases Bad Bunny’s signature eye icon, making it unmistakably a part of the artist’s collaboration with adidas. The iconic Three Stripe branding comes in a lighter gray hue, providing a subtle contrast against the shoe’s predominantly earth-toned palette.
Continuing the theme from the inaugural Campus Light collaboration, the mudguards and sole pieces of the Bad Bunny x adidas Campus “Wild Moss” retain their creamy finishes. This consistency in design elements serves to strengthen the overall identity of the collaborative footwear series.
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The official release of the Bad Bunny x adidas Campus “Wild Moss” is scheduled on April 29th. The shoes will be available on the adidas Confirmed App and at select retailers for a price of $160.
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