Have a pair of fly kicks every Easter with Bad Bunny’s new limited edition “Easter Egg” sneaker. The pretty pink shoe is just as vibrant as Bad Bunny’s character, and much more colorful than his first Adidas creation “The First Café.”
With each new shoe collaboration, worldwide music sensation Bad Bunny brings a different edge to footwear. Bad Bunny is always inserting his personal style into his shoe designs as much as possible, creating striking shoes like glow-in-the-dark clogs for Crocs and coffee themed “First Café ” Forum Low’s for Adidas. The “UN DIA (One Day)” singer is coming even harder this spring, following up his first Adidas release with something even bolder.
Bad Bunny’s new Adidas shoe is heavily inspired by aspects of the Easter holiday—e.g. Easter egg hunts and the Easter Bunny—hence the shoe name being “Easter Egg.” Smooth suede, luscious leather, and pastel pinks comprise the Easter Egg, symbolizing the color scheme that is representative of the spring season. Signature details also mark the shoe, expressing Bad Bunny’s Latin flare.
“Beneath this buckle lies another of the shoe’s signature details: a doubled-up tongue equipped with the reggaeton superstar’s now-familiar eye graphic on the removable top layer,” according to HYPEBEAST. “This embellishment is known as “El Ojo” (“The Eye” in Spanish), and if you open the buckle’s strap you’ll see “Yo Visto Asi” tucked in its velcro folds — a saying that translates to “I dress like this” or “I dress this way.” Down below, the look is rounded off with icy pink outsoles.”
Since the “Easter Egg” shoe reveal last week, fans have been hyped about the “Easter Egg” and wanted to cop. Thankfully, those anxiously waiting to buy the luscious shoe only have to wait until Easter Sunday (April 4). Some sneakerheads who want to heighten their chances of securing their pair of pretty in pink sneaks are also entering Sneaker Politics’ Adidas Forum Low’s “Easter Egg” raffle.
“These Bad Bunny Easter Egg Shoes are [insert fire emoji] entered in the drawing. Fingers [finger crossed emoji],” one Twitter user said.