Beastie Boys have launched a custom sneaker to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their second studio album ‘Paul’s Boutique’.
The New York hip-hop pioneers have teamed up with Adidas to release the new shoe, which also happens to be vegan. Double win.
The sneaker is made from off-white canvas instead of real leather and also features the group’s logo on the tongue and heel.
Only good things can come from you picking up a pair of these fresh kicks, as proceeds from the sneakers are also being split between two charities; underprivileged families organisation Peace Sisters and education foundation Little Kids Rock.
Adidas Skateboarding unveiled the new collaboration at the Beyond The Streets arts show, a New York premier exhibition featuring graffiti and street art.
The only snag is for anyone outside of North America right now, where the trainers are currently available, priced at $85USD.
Beastie Boys originally released their second album ‘Paul’s Boutique’ on 25 July 1989, via Capitol Records, produced by the Dust Brothers.