Adidas Originals & Bad Bunny Release Last Campus

Published: May 15, 2024
Author: Fashion Value Chain

The latest drop in the Bad Bunny & Adidas collaboration is a bold interpretation of the classic Campus silhouette. The Last Campus is the latest, and the last of the longtime Adidas staple, released just in time for Bad Bunny’s Most Wanted Tour. The bold brown colorway was inspired in part by the signature brown mask that has become the mainstay of Benito’s on-stage aesthetic. The chalk white and pink accents make for an eye-catching contrast sure to turn heads when it takes the stage.

This drop continues to nod to Benito’s western-inspired album art and graphics all of which have been reinterpreted through Benito’s persona style, and heavily inform the visuals for the sold-out tour. The Last Campus features rich texture layering, bold blocks and contrasts, and playful lines that have defined the collaboration and Benito’s distinctive style. It also boasts a double-heel, double-tongue construction, paying homage to Benito’s bilingual identity and his unique ability to transcend genres. An all-seeing eye emblem anchors the tongue, and the sock liner features his signature bunny lockup, details that make the show another undeniable addition to the groundbreaking collaboration.

This drop along with the rest of the collaboration continues to take inspiration from Benito’s ability to break boundaries and break down language barriers as a singular global artist and creator. With a range of sizes for each member of your crew, this release is the latest creation from Adidas x Bad Bunny. The shoe will be available in-store, online, on the CONFIRMED app,, and in the Adidas flagship store starting May 11th

About Adidas Originals:

Inspired by the rich sporting heritage of Adidas – one of the world’s leading sports brands and a global designer and developer of athletic footwear and apparel – Adidas Originals is a lifestyle brand founded in 2001. With the Adidas archive at its foundation, Adidas Originals continues to evolve the brand’s legacy through its commitment to product innovation and its ability to filter the creativity and courage found on courts and sporting arenas through the lens of contemporary youth culture. Marked by the iconic Trefoil logo that was first used in 1972 and championed by those who continue to shape and define creative culture, Adidas Originals continues to lead the way as the pioneering sportswear brand for the street.

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