The Hundreds and adidas Skateboarding unveil a new collaboration that has been in the works since last July. The new Crush pack looks to merge the two seemingly distant worlds of skateboarding and soccer.
The new offering is comprised of two fresh soccer kits, a six-panel hat, a pair of signature The Hundreds AdiEase sneakers, and socks. Most of the offerings stick to a navy and orange color scheme that is inspired by the top team in Bobby Hundreds' youth soccer league. "I was half-convinced that they consistently won because of how confident and cool their jersey colorways were," Hundreds says. The one exception is an all-white long-sleeve tee with Climalite technology, which keeps sweat off your skin.
The sneaker takes adidas skateboarding's adi-ease model and infuses it with vintage soccer-style details, including a unique tongue, and a stitched pattern on the toe. The shoe also takes the toe bumper and gold eyelets from The Hundred's Johnson shoes for a sneaker that truly brings together soccer and skateboarding.
The entire pack was inspired by this relationship between soccer and skateboarding. Hundreds says that most American skateboarders started their athletic careers playing soccer, which "taught [them] the lifelong benefits of cooperation, team play, and camaraderie," before moving into skateboarding.
This is the second collaboration between adidas and The Hundreds in the past month, as the two recently released the murdered-out Bruder pack.
The Crush pack will be available at Hundreds flagship stores and its website on Feb. 5.
[via The Hundreds]