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The final item on the Waffle House menu is quite breakfast-worthy, courtesy of Adidas.
The German sportswear brand and the Georgia-based breakfast chain have joined forces to deliver a tasty version of Adidas’ Tour360 22 golf shoes. The Tour360 22 x Waffle House pair features an off-white upper with grid embossing, inspired by waffle batter. The lace-up style is complete with Adidas’ 3-Stripes in a dark beige hue, matching their lining – similar to the fully baked waffles. The pair is supported by white foam outsoles, finished with shiny transparent brown rubber SPIKEMORE traction soles in an ode to maple syrup.
The pair is completed with the iconic yellow and black Waffle House logos printed on each heel.
“We love this time of year because more than anything else, it’s an unofficial start to the golf season for everyone,” Masun Denison, global footwear director for Adidas Golf, said in a statement. . “Waffle House is such a well-known restaurant in Georgia and across the United States that we knew it would be fun to partner with their team on a design that brings a piece of the famous restaurant to everyone, all in our silhouette. Lighthouse.”
The limited-edition style will be released in both men’s and women’s sizes. Plus, each box the shoes come in is designed to look like a miniature Waffle House.
Although the pair won’t launch until April 7, the Tour360 22 x Waffle House style is currently available online for pre-orders. Men’s pairs are selling for $210, while women’s are selling for $200, on the Adidas website and app. Upon release, the style will also be available at select Adidas US stores.
The Waffle House collaboration is the latest in a long line from Adidas. The brand has previously created collaborative sneakers with a range of labels and stars, including Stella McCartney, Missoni and Pharrell Williams. In recent months, Adidas has unveiled plans for several Yeezy releases, as well as Ivy Park’s “Ivy Heart” collection and a Gucci collaboration that debuted at Milan Fashion Week.