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Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low in Three Colorways Releasing on August 6th

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low

Japanese fashion label Human Made is expanding on their collaborations with the Three Stripes brand to release their very own adidas Rivalry.

A total of three colorways will release which comes dressed in ‘Night Marine’, ‘Green Cloud and White’ along with ‘Sand and Cloud White’. Each pair comes with Human Made’s heart logo on the medial and ‘Gears For Futuristic Teenagers’ is seen on the lateral Three Stripes.

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low Release Details

You can expect the Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low colorways to release at select retailers including adidas.com on August 6th.. Retail price is set at $150 each. Below you can check out additional photos which will give you a closer look.

Update (8/4): Releasing alongside the Campus and Stan Smith is the Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low in three colorways which will debut on August 6th.

Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low
Color: Night Marine/Cloud White-Bold Aqua
Release Date: August 6, 2020
Style Code: FY1083
Price: $150

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low FY1083 Release Date Info
Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low FY1083

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low FY1083 Release Date Info

Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low
Color: Green/Cloud White
Release Date: August 6, 2020
Style Code: FY1084
Price: $150

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low FY1084 Release Date Info
Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low FY1084

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low FY1084 Release Date Info

Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low
Color: Sand/Cloud White
Release Date: August 6, 2020
Style Code: FY1085
Price: $150

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low FY1085 Release Date Info
Human Made x adidas Rivalry Low FY1085

Human Made adidas Rivalry Low FY1085 Release Date Info

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