Providing voices for the voiceless since its inception in 2010, Australian fashion imprint Song For The Mute reunites with adidas for an apparel and sneaker collection titled “SFTM-002”. The limited-edition capsule consists of three adidas Campus 80s colourways and a Shadowturf, all clad in frayed aesthetics to blend adidas heritage with SFTM’s modernity.
The reimagined low-profile retro shoe sports an olive green canvas base treated with frayed edges, including the collar and black heel panel.
Complementing these hues are accents of black and cream, strategically placed on select details to enhance the visual appeal. Pitch-black 3-Stripes decorate the sides, with a complementing “SFTM-002” tag on the lateral rear. Meanwhile, vibrant yellow nylon 3-Stripes adorn the medial side alongside a black adidas Trefoil tag. Co-branded labels appear on the tongue and sockliner to commemorate the second collaboration between the two brands. A chunky gum rubber sole covers the all-black outsole to complete the autumnal design.
About Campus 80s
At first dubbed “The Tournament” by the brand, it broke free of the basketball court and was rebranded as the Campus. From there, it was adopted by style-conscious B-boys, eventually becoming a defining shoe of the hip-hop scene in the 1980s and 1990s,
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