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Bad Bunny, adidas Present The Last Campus: A Bold Finale to Their Iconic Collaboration

The bold brown colorway, complemented by chalk white and pink accents, makes The Last Campus a standout piece, reflecting the vibrancy and energy Benito brings

In an exciting development for fashion and music fans alike, the latest collaboration between Bad Bunny and adidas has culminated in the release of The Last Campus trainers. Marking the end of a highly creative partnership, this launch coincides perfectly with the kick-off of Bad Bunny's Most Wanted Tour.

Known for his unique flair and the iconic brown mask that dominates his stage presence, Bad Bunny, real name Benito, has infused elements of his on-stage aesthetic into the design of these trainers. The bold brown colorway, complemented by chalk white and pink accents, makes The Last Campus stand out, reflecting Benito's vibrancy and energy on the stage.

Design Details that Speak Volumes

According to a press release, the design of The Last Campus trainers reflects Bad Bunny's affinity for Western-inspired motifs, mirroring the artwork and graphics of his musical releases. With a focus on rich textures, contrasting color blocks, and playful lines, the trainers embody the distinctive style that has characterized the collaboration between Adidas and Bad Bunny.

Hypebeast noted that special features include a unique double-heel and double-tongue construction, nodding to Benito's bilingual identity and genre-crossing musical talent. Additional details like the all-seeing eye emblem on the tongue and the signature bunny logo on the sock liner underscore the thoughtfulness behind the shoe's design, making it a significant addition to this groundbreaking collaboration.

Availability and Pricing

To celebrate Benito's global influence and boundary-breaking artistry, The Last Campus trainers are set to make a splash in the fashion and music worlds. Fans eager to get their hands on a pair can sign up via the CONFIRMED and adidas flagship apps from May 6th, with availability in-store, at, and in adidas flagship locations beginning May 11th.

The trainers are affordable at USD 100 for infants, USD 120 for kids, and USD 160 for adults, making them accessible to fans of all ages and confirming the inclusive spirit of this collaboration.

Photo: Adidas Newsroom

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