adidas Originals just dropped the lookbook for its FW22 collection arriving exclusively on Confirmed this month and, as we’ve come to expect, it’s bringing hit after hit. Whether you’re into classic silhouettes or knee-deep in the futuristic camp, this season ticks all the boxes.
As always, the Confirmed-exclusive lookbook showcases the brand’s best footwear offerings. And there are lots to get excited about — FW22 sees the return of OG sneakers, reworked and updated, and brand new styles. But there are five styles that we’re particularly hyped for.
Find them below.
The Rovermule Aventure is the most head-turning option in the FW22 selection, particularly for those looking to inject their look with a little nostalgia. The silhouette blends 2000s style with classics from adidas’ outdoor archives, resulting in a distinctive shoe that works in a myriad of settings. What’s more, they’re basically two shoes in one — the neoprene upper is finished with three stripes, rugged rubber outsole, and a collapsible heel, which means you can wear them as mules or sneakers.
The adidas NMD_S1 shoes usher in the next chapter in the NMD legacy. While the S1 keeps the sock-like upper that makes the style so distinctive, the outsole receives a seasonal level up, adding a fresh, disruptive element that sets it apart from previous iterations. Complete with signature NMD plus and plush BOOST cushioning, this shoe is strong addition to any rotation.
adidas’ Mocaturf shoes are literally designed from the ground up, taking inspiration from nature and geology. The silhouette also pulls design cues from traditional craftsmanship and are built with ultimate comfort in mind. Featuring a heavy-suede upper and plush Adiprene+ cushioning, they’re ideal for trekking around the city all day long.
A tribute to the formative days of a legend. These Stan Smiths are absolute musts for collectors — they’re in line with the original proportions and materials of the ’80s versions, even arriving in the classic Stan Smith colorway. The rich leather upper has been refined with details and shaping and finished with an illustration of Stan’s face on the tongue label.
An underrated classic gets the attention it deserves this season. The Gazelle lineage started in the ’60s and boasts a long, rich history on the pitch, but the 1985 iteration remained a quiet star — until now. The updated version features classic three stripes, a smooth suede upper, and a thicker sole. It absolutely retains the low-key look of the OG, but this level-up is not about training, just pure adidas style.
Download adidas Confirmed now to check out the FW22 lookbook and shop the seasonal releases as they drop.