Adidas has a new sneaker that’s got its roots in “the mafia.”
The new “Moral” Black and Gold colorway for the brand’s men’s sneakers is available in four new colors and three more versions of the Nike Air Jordan 1.
The new shoes come in black and gold, a classic gray color that’s now available in a slew of other popular colors, including yellow, pink, blue and turquoise.
The brand’s other sneakers, the Nike Dunk High, are now available only in the “M” colorway, while the brand also announced that its sneakers are now limited to just one color: “Black and gold.”
(A statement on the sneaker’s website said that the sneakers will not be available in black- and-gold on Friday, March 10.)
“The first time we’re able to do something like this is because we have this amazing collaboration with Nike.
We are proud to bring a truly iconic colorway to our fans, and we’re also really excited to bring our men’s shoes to a new level of visibility with this collection,” said Ralph W. Walker, vice president of footwear and apparel at Adidas.
The company will also debut two new colorways for men’s footwear, the Black and White and the Black & White, on April 9.
Adidas has released a few colorways of its shoes in the past, including “Black & White,” “Black, Gold & Silver,” and “Black-and-” and “Mafia,” and they’ve also been released in a range of other colors, but the “Black” color is the most prominent and is the one that has been in the sneaks for quite some time.
In a statement, Walker noted that “Methane is a color that we’ve used on the Nike sneakers since the early 90s, and this is our take on the look of that color.
We know that there are people who are not familiar with this color and are interested in the history behind it, so we wanted to provide an opportunity to explore it in a fresh way.”
He added that “We know that some people are skeptical about the history of this color, and it’s important to us that we continue to speak out about it.”
The sneaker has a limited edition run of 15 pairs, with the release of the “mafia” edition coming in a few days.
The sneakers will be available online, at stores, and in a select number of other retail outlets, starting on April 10.
The sneakers will be priced at $300 and up, with a “Misc.” price tag for “mafioso” editions starting at $400.
Nike and Adidas have teamed up on a number of sneaker collaborations over the years, including the Nike Xtra and Air Jordan XXL.
Adidas is also working on a range with Calvin Klein and Under Armour.
“Mafiosos” are a popular sneaker subculture in Italy and elsewhere in Europe, and they are associated with the Italian Mafia, who are accused of extortion, extortion rackets, and other crimes.
In addition to its sneaker collaboration with Adidas, the brand is also partnering with the American fashion label Calvin Klein to release a new line of men’s and women’s sneakers.
(For more on the “bromance” between Adidas and Calvin Klein, see “The Black & Brown: How Adidas and Nike Partners.”)