Sean Wotherspoon Teases Adidas Original Collab On Instagram Post

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It’s business as usual for the sneaker designer Sean Wotherspoon who’s recent Instagram post teased an upcoming collaboration with Adidas.  

After his collaboration with NIKE, Sean Wotherspoon work has been a highly desirable designer by sneaker brands of all sorts. Sean Wotherspoon is an American sneaker designer, collector, store owner, and YouTube creator.  Beginning early with his Round Two brand, Sean has a solid curation of vintage pieces and appreciation for quality, colors, and textures.  A hobby that ultimately landed him within the circle of some of the most creative.  

A first look of the release leaves us under the impression that the pink on white ‘shell-top’ sneaker has potential hit qualities.  His Instagram post didn’t reveal much but a feature of a floral print embroidery throughout the upper sneaker.  The Adidas Originals branding on the tongue is also a focal point of the post.  The Adidas Original IG tag has also hinted that Sean Wotherspoon is unwrapping his next global collaboration with the sports brand.  Unfortunately, no other announcement followed the post from either partner.  

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Prior to the Adidas Originals collaboration post, Wotherspoon released the corduroy-infused Air Max 1/97 with Nike and in November 2019, an Atmos and Asics collaboration with the Gel Lyte 3 model. While both were exciting release his Air Max 1/97 has probably gained the most traction with the media and sneakerhead praises. The latest Adidas Originals collaboration was released by Prada, which produced an extremely underwhelming release of the partnership.  

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