For a few years now Japanese label, Hender Scheme, has been recognized for its incredible natural leather sneakers that borrow their silhouettes from their popular counterparts. This was certainly a conversation starter among sneakerheads with some loving and others skeptical about their approach. However, one cannot deny the high level of craftsmanship that went into every piece the label made. Out of the many sportswear brand that Hender Scheme has been inspired by, Adidas Originals has become one of the first to officially explore a collaboration with them. For this collection, Hender Scheme’s manual construction, execution and interpretation is seen through three iconic adidas footwear models: the MicroPacer, NMD and Superstar. The sneakers are priced at $900 USD for the Superstar HS silhouette, $950 USD for the Micropacer HS, and $1000 USD for the NMD R1.

Take a look at the special campaign images shot above.

The Hender Scheme x adidas Originals is set for a September 2nd release at select retailers.

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