The world is a different place for Adidas’ latest offering, the Indigo Parker, which debuted on the heels of its previous model, the Adidas Ibiza.
The Indigo Parkers, which retail for $2,599 (roughly £1,699) and are made from a combination of polyester, elastane, and synthetic fabrics, are a nod to the parker’s former home of India.
The collection, which was unveiled at Adidas’s New York City headquarters on Monday, also features a number of signature sneakers, including a sneaker that uses Adidas’ iconic Air Max 1, as well as an upcoming sneaker featuring Adidas’ signature black tongue in the toe box.
“We’ve worked closely with the designers, artists, and the brand to develop this collection for the 2019 season,” a spokesperson told the AP.
“We’re excited to unveil a collection for fans of our classic, classic-inspired design.”
In addition to the Indigo’s Indigo Park, the brand will also be releasing a pair of Adidas Originals sneakers, which were inspired by the Indian city of Indira Gandhi Park in a nod of respect to her legacy.
While the footwear was released earlier this year, the first pair was made only in July.
Adidas Originals kicks are available in pairs and a limited edition for a limited time.