You Have to Spend $1,500 to Own These Adidas Sneakers

New York-based has unveiled the sportswear-inspired second season of its wardrobe service featuring a special collaboration on the Adidas Yung-1.

Wardrobe.NYC x Adidas Yung 1 (Pair)
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Image via Wardrobe.NYC/Jackie Nickerson

Wardrobe.NYC x Adidas Yung 1 (Pair)

Back in December, Kanye West decided to launch his "Super Moon Yellow" Yeezy 500 with the caveat of having to drop $760 on a clothing bundle to get your hands on a pair. Fast forward to June 2018 and New York-based Wardrobe.NYC is using the bundle concept to launch a collaboration on one of Adidas' latest models—the Yung-1

This bundle is a little pricier, retailing at $1,500, but provides the buyer with a 10-piece collection instead of the mere three being offered up by Yeezy. This sportswear-inspired offering from Wardrobe.NYC marks the second season of their luxury wardrobe service for men and women that launched back in December 2017. It will include pieces like T-shirts, track tops, shorts, and more.

The exclusive Yung-1 colorway that will come packaged with the collection utilizes a white, cream, and grey upper that alternates between leather, suede, and mesh paneling. The model, which takes inspiration from the Adidas Falcon Dorf from the '90s, fits in nicely with the current chunky sneaker trend thanks to its midsole build. This Yung-1 is finished off with a gum rubber outsole, which differentiates it from similar general release iterations of the sneaker.

Pre-orders for the Release 02/Sport collection from Wardrobe.NYC will open on June 18 here. The official public release is scheduled to take place this July. 

Wardrobe.NYC x Adidas Yung-1 (Lateral)
Wardrobe.NYC x Adidas Yung-1 (Toe)
Wardrobe.NYC x Adidas Yung-1 (Toe 2)
Wardrobe.NYC x Adidas Yung-1 (Bottom)