Adidas and BAPE Collaborate on a Fresh NFT Project in the Fashion World

Don't miss out on the NFT auction on August 22nd on Adidas COLLECT, where you can celebrate BAPE's 30th anniversary.

Aug 17, 2023 - 12:07
Oct 19, 2023 - 13:32
Adidas and BAPE Collaborate on a Fresh NFT Project in the Fashion World
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In celebration of BAPE's 30th anniversary, Adidas Originals and the iconic Japanese brand BAPE are unveiling the limited edition Forum 84 BAPE Low Triple-White trainer. This collaboration not only anticipates the release of this exclusive shoe but also renews the partnership between Adidas and BAPE, two brands that have been instrumental in shaping streetwear.

The triple-white trainer contrasts BAPE's earlier 1ST CAMO design, reflecting both brands' commitment to timeless elegance and excellence. The shoe's design is adorned with Harajuku's signature branding, a shooting star motif, and 'A Bathing Ape' embossed on a silver-tone plate.

Each pair of these limited edition shoes has an NFT chip on the left tongue, granting the owner a Digital Certificate of Authenticity. This collaboration is further supported by the Adidas /// Studio platform, offering a limited edition NFT associated with the product itself. This marks Adidas' first venture into digital asset auctions, realized in collaboration with MoonPay.

The Fresh Forum collaboration will host an NFT auction on August 22 on Adidas COLLECT. This 72-hour event, ending on August 25, will offer 100 NFTs, each corresponding to a pair of trainers. The auction is open to all interested parties, making it a unique and groundbreaking event in fashion and technology. On September 26, the 100 lucky holders will have the exclusive privilege of claiming both a physical pair of sneakers and a corresponding digital twin via Adidas COLLECT. 

Adidas Originals and BAPE are redefining the boundaries of fashion, collecting, and technology. By integrating NFTs with a physical product, they've created a one-of-a-kind collector's item that transcends traditional limitations.