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The sneaker we are looking at today is the Adidas Campus 80 “Towlie.” This was Adidas’ release on April 20th, 2021, though they just had a much larger release in October of 2022. As you probably already know, this sneaker is designed to take inspiration from the Towlie character on South Park.
Adidas’ take on what “Luxury” means in sneakers has always been a bit confusing to me. Adidas has their Y3 brand, which takes Adidas models and amps them up a bit, as their luxury option. However, every so often, Adidas will release a model under the Adidas brand with the “Luxe” moniker. These sneakers are supposed to feature upgraded materials and design, and are only supposed to be based on the shoe they are named after.
There are a few sneakers that have a colorway that seems to define them. This isn’t always the first colorway that came out, but it’s the one that probably pops into your mind first. When you think of a New Balance 990, you think of the Grey colorway. The Jordan 1? The Chicago comes first (don’t even try Bred fans – check the resale). The Yeezy 350 V2 – (probably) the Zebra.
What really makes the 700 stand out is that it’s the only Yeezy silhouette where Adidas is willing to play with color. From the original’s greens and oranges, to the bright blues on this Hi-Res colorway, if you want colors like you’ll see in Jordans, the 700 is the one for you.
However, there is one major elephant in the room. They cost Two Hundred and Sixty Freaking Dollars. For a sneaker. That’s the sort of price people expect to pay for made-in-America fully leather boots
Can a sneaker possibly be worth it? Let’s find out.