adidas Unveils 'Year of the Dog' Sneakers Just in Time for CNY

By Dominic Ngai, February 13, 2018

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Among all the CNY-themed sneakers released last month, the adidas Ultra Boost ‘Year of the Dog’ seems to be the most tasteful in design. 

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Forgoing the stereotypical hongbao red, embroidered floral, and animal prints, the designers went with intertwining hues of red and black for the Primeknit upper, while a special logo with the Chinese character ao (meaning ‘Tibetan mastiff’) is placed on the tongue as a nod to this year’s zodiac animal. 


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