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Soft Pastels are Loud and Proud in The Adidas 'Pride' Pack

A subdued approach.
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As sneaker trends continue to shift towards the audacious, it's refreshing to see a pack of soft, subdued colorways. Adidas Originals will come through with just that, in time for Pride Month in June, with a pack of LGBTQ-themed sneakers.

The Three Stripes is reprising their annual 'Pride' themed pack with four of their popular models in creamy off-white with soft pastel accents: a Campus, a Deerupt, an i-5932, and a Pure Boost DPR. The Originals logo tab on the tongue of all four is done in a subtle rainbow gradient, and other rainbow details recur throughout.

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Among the four, the standout is the Pure Boost DPR—a criminally underrated Adidas sneaker, we think. This colorway is cream white with an all-white outsole and three different shades of terra cotta for the stripes. It's perfectly understated, and yet still a statement-making sneaker. Considering the theme, it's also quite collectible.

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The Adidas 'Pride' Pack is slated for a June release. No word on a Philippines drop yet but as these are general-release sneakers, it's fair to expect them to drop sometime next month.

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