Released: May 2014

Initiated as a way to unite Japan for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, adidas Originals teamed up with Isetan Mitsukoshi, which is a Japanese holding group that specializes in department stores. Together, they created a series of T-shirts consisting of the best brands found in the Isetan Mens' Building. The pack was titled “Enjin,” which translates to the act of getting together in a huddle or circle, which was alluded to in the way that the strips of color on the shirts' backs form a circle when the 12 pieces are huddled up.

The jersey design is very similar to the adidas uniforms that the Japanese national team wore on the pitch, and was not only a conceptual project to honor Japanese design, but also up national camaraderie  in time for the global games. The list of designers includes reads like a straight-up all-star squad, and included Anrealage, A.FOUR, Bedwin & The Heartbreakers, BRIGHT THINGS, FACTOTUM, FACETASM, Luker by NEIGHBORHOOD, Porter, SASQUATCHfabrix, and Y-3.