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BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum
BSTN x adidas Forum

BSTN Have Prepared a Duo of Limited adidas Forums
Release: 21 November 2020

The legendary adidas Forum has been experiencing an epic resurrection, starting with an uber-limited drop from Sneaker Politics, then a wider release via Beyonce’s Ivy Park colab, even Footpatrol has chimed in to the conversation. BSTN store is up next, reworking both the Low and High versions for an interesting drop scheduled for this month!

The Forum has a rich history. Dropping way back in 1984, it had an exorbitant price tag for the time period, retailing for $100. That made it an instant status symbol, worn by the top-tier athletes and entertainers around the globe. Both the Low and High versions are absolutely classic silhouettes, and we’re happy that adidas dove into their archive to dig them out.

Dubbed the ‘Ćevape and Fries’ pack, BSTN has been inspired by European and American basketball culture, and the unifying love of the game that they both share. Two pairs of creps are included in the pack, both boasting two different colourways with each arriving with a matching water bottle and gym bag. The Forum High celebrates Europe and the Balkans basketball league. The Forum Low rocks a varsity-inspired colourway that pays homage to America’s College basketball scene.

Both pairs come dressed in a classic leather-suede combo, with leather as the dominant material and suede pops throughout, with BSTN branding hits on the tongue and lateral heel. Both designs will be limited to 150 pairs worldwide, including a numbering system on the heel. A slew of apparel will also be available alongside the shoes.

As with the other massive Forum releases over the past few months, a charitable element is in play. You’ll have the chance to enter a raffle to win either pair, however each raffle ticket will cost 1 Euro. All proceeds will then be donated to the charity Seebrücke. Head to their Instagram to keep updated on the raffle.

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