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adidas Originals and Craig Green Present Three Distinct Silhouettes for their SS24 Collection

  • Craig Green introduces the CG RETROPY BOOST, the CG RETROPY SANDAL, and three new colourways for the CG SQUASH POLTA AKH
  • All three silhouettes launch on May 28th
  • The design approach explores the possibilities that lie within signature adidas styles

This season, adidas Originals and Craig Green return to explore the possibilities that lie within three distinct silhouettes – the CG RETROPY BOOST, the CG RETROPY SANDAL, and the CG SQUASH POLTA AKH.

Taking cues from the CG BOOST STAN that launched last year, the CG RETROPY BOOST sees one of adidas’ most recognizable midsole technologies extended to the entire silhouette. Built using a unique molding process, the CG RETROPY BOOST features an all-over Boost construction matched with a rubber outsole and arrives in two monochromatic colorways.

The CG RETROPY SANDAL, meanwhile, reconstructs the signature archival adidas look in a completely new form arriving in two colorways, the sandal features a neoprene upper with a number of cut outs, an elastic lace closure, and a Boost midsole. 

The final silhouette in the collection is the CG SQUASH POLTA AKH. First introduced as part of the collaborative partnership in 2022, the striking look reimagines a 1988 adidas Made-in-Taiwan squash shoe through transparent details that expose and celebrate raw layers that lie beneath the surface. Originally built for the court, the CG SQUASH POLTA AKH retains a rubber outsole and a soft leather lining and arrives in three new colorways.

Available on May 28th, the latest adidas Originals and Craig Green collection will be available through adidas.comCONFIRMED, and via select retailers. 



About Craig Green: 

Craig Green MBE is a London-born designer globally respected for the ingenuity, functionality and freedom of expression in his work. Green founded his label in 2012, straight after graduating from the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins in London. His design principles have remained constant since, rooted in the beauty and humility of functional clothing. Each collection, Green uses signature pieces, such as the worker’s jacket, as a launchpad for ideas that connect with deeply rooted emotion. Pieces from his collections are now in the permanent collection of the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and Green has been named British Menswear Designer at the Fashion Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2018.


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