Adidas and Gucci have released the perfect bit of footwear for when you've got football at 8 and a fancy night out at 9.
The two giants of the sport and fashion have teamed up for a collection that comes with a slew of new unique pieces.
It includes trainers, bags, hats, tracksuits, t-shirts, sliders and socks to name a few items - complete with the Adidas logo and classic Gucci print.
But the product that has really caught the eye is the pair of three-striped loafers. The shoes have that lovely leather you'd expect on a pair Kaiser 5 or Copa Mundials but with a 30mm heel at the back instead of the studs.
There's also the vintage green and red web, as well as the Gucci Trefoil metal insert on top to give it that stylish feel.
The product description reads: "Part of the adidas x Gucci collection, this loafer features a Gucci Trefoil metal insert. adidas and Gucci venture into a collection, where the Web juxtaposes with the three white stripes, and the GG monogram combines with the trefoil.
"Pulling inspiration from the Creative Director’s memories of the '80s and '90s, emblematic House’s motifs mix with those of the historic sportswear brand adidas resulting in a series of hybrid looks."
The loafers are available in a range of different colours or both men and women but will set you back a whopping £785.
It was reported that Jack Grealish signed a seven-figure sponsorship deal with Gucci recently but his Nike boots contract means we won't be seeing him wearing these bad boys.
When you’ve got work at 9 and football training at 5. pic.twitter.com/76PWrtcBm9— No Context Brits (@NoContextBrits) June 21, 2022
We reckon David Beckham could definitely pull them off, though.
In recent times fashion brands have branched out into football, with Italian women's clothing brand Miu releasing 'Nappa leather mid-heel' sneakers - described as a "new take on football shoes".
The only way anyone is ever going to get me to play football is with a pair of these Miu Miu heel sneakers. Until then that sport will remain irrelevant to me. https://t.co/diV6z5imoI— Audrey (@httpsblossom) February 23, 2021
In 2020, Spanish brand Balenciaga hit headlines after they released their own football boots costing around £550.
They come in a variety of colours but you just know anyone who wears them is getting snapped at Sunday League.
Featured Image Credit: Image: Adidas & Gucci
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