‘Toy Story’ Might Be Getting an adidas Ultraboost Collab

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Following the success of the Game of Thrones Ultraboost collaboration, a recent leak suggests adidas is hooking up with Pixar to mark Toy Story 4‘s release. According to leaked images, the German sportswear giant is preparing a set of Ultraboost 19 sneakers inspired by Toy Story‘s two lead characters, Buzz Lightyear and Woody.

Both colorways are said to be coming in kid’s sizing. The Woody-inspired version features a brown, black, blue, and gold makeup, while the Buzz Lightyear Ultraboost 19 is white, red, and neon yellow. Check them out below.

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There has been no official communication from Pixar, Disney, or adidas about the sneakers, although the pack is expected to launch on June 21, the same day Toy Story 4 opens in theaters.

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The 10 Best Sneaker Stores in New York

New York is where sneakerhead dreams are made. The Big Apple has long been the capital of streetwear and sneaker culture, and that reputation only grows more hard-earned by the year. If you’re going to be in the city any time soon, sneaker shopping should definitely be on your agenda.

In addition to mega-flagships for major brands such as Nike and Adidas, there is a whole crop of stores and boutiques you need to check out. If you’re looking for ultra-rare retro kicks, head to consignment shops such as Stadium Goods and Flight Club. If you’re looking for something a little more high fashion, there’s always Dover Street Market and Barneys New York.

The Big Apple can be a daunting place to shop, though. It’s loud, crowded, and busy — but don’t let that you stop you. Sneaker shopping in New York is second to none and absolutely worth the effort. To get you started, we’ve has rounded up the 10 best sneaker stores in New York City.

Address: 125 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002 (map)
Store hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Phone: +1 (917) 965-2500
Instagram: @ExtraButter

Extra Butter has been a staple of New York downtown sneaker culture since it opened its doors back in 2007. Located in the city’s Lower East Side, the store is a must-stop for any sneaker lover or streetwear fan. The shop collaborates with top-tier fashion and sportswear brands on limited-edition projects and also stocks a variety of your favorite brands. All that aside, the store’s movie theater theme makes for a singular retail experience.

Address: 812 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 (map)
Store hours: 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Phone: +1 (888) 937-8020
Instagram: @flightclub

When it comes to consignment sneaker shops, Flight Club is pretty hard to beat. The store has been around since 2005, and if you visit, you’ll see why it has been so beloved for so long. Shoppers are greeted by walls upon walls of shrink-wrapped sneakers, including everything from classics to new releases, rare Air Jordans to the latest adidas models.

Address: 337 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012 (map)
Store hours: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Phone: +1 (646) 648-6285
Instagram: @kith

KITH’s New York flagship is basically Disneyland for sneakerheads. There are three whole floors dedicated to the coolest streetwear and sneakers out there. Whether you’re looking for a pair of classic white Air Force 1s or something a little harder to find, you won’t leave KITH empty-handed. Plus, there’s ice cream and treats on the second floor. What more do you want?

Address: 225 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013 (map)
Store hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Phone: N/A
Instagram: @cncpts

Headquartered in Massachusetts, Concepts has come a long way since it started out more than two decades ago. Considered one of the founding fathers of premium streetwear-centric retail, people flock to Concepts for its well-curated selection and limited-edition collabs. Concepts’ New York location has only been around for a couple of years, but it has already asserted itself as a must-stop shop for any sneakerhead.

Address: 529 Broadway, New York, NY 10012 (map)
Store hours: 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Phone: +1 (646) 716-3740
Instagram: @nikenyc

Nike’s SoHo store is a supercharged sneaker shopping experience. There are five stories of Swoosh products, with a lineup that is changing constantly to ensure only the latest and greatest Nike goods are on display. When the brand closed its NikeTown location in 2018, many worried. But the SoHo behemoth doesn’t disappoint, with interactive customization stations, next-level product displays, and so much more.

Address: 160 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016 (map)
Store hours: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Phone: +1 (646) 837-7750
Instagram: @doverstreetmarketnewyork

Dover Street Market is the place to find skaters, hypebeasts, and fashion-heads all under one roof. The shop is known for its eclectic take on expert-level fashion, as well as cool-dude sneakers. If Dover Street Market’s impressive list of brands and in-the-know reputation wasn’t enough to convince you, the store’s stunning displays and deep footwear collection should do the trick.

Address: 660 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10065 (map)
Store hours: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Phone: +1 (212) 826-8900
Instagram: @barneysny

Barneys is an old-school luxury department store that has kept with the times as men’s fashion has skewed more toward streetwear and sneakers. The store has continued to stock the best designers from all over the world, but you can also find a next-level sneaker selection at Barneys New York, whether you’re looking to pick up a pair of Nikes or something by Balenciaga.

Address: 47 Howard Street, New York, NY 10013 (map)
Store hours: 12 p.m.-8 p.m.
Phone: +1 (646) 779-8410
Instagram: @stadiumgoods

Stadium Goods is one of the most famous sneaker shops in the world. It’s the frequent backdrop to Complex’s Sneaker Shopping web series and customers from all over the globe flock to its doors. The glossy sneaker consignment shop is always stocked with grail-level kicks and plenty of other footwear to satisfy the needs of any kind of shopper. Plus, it’s a stone’s throw from other great stores such as Palace Skateboards and Nike’s 21 Mercer boutique.

Address: 203 West 125th Street, New York, NY 10027 (map)
Store hours: 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Phone: +1 (212) 666-2242
Instagram: @atmosnyc

atmos is a Japanese streetwear and sneaker retailer whose NYC store offers a deep collection of sneakers and hard-to-beat streetwear. The shop also sells its own coveted in-house label, which has put out sought-after collaborations with the likes of Nike, adidas, and New Balance. The New York outpost is located all the way uptown in Harlem, but the store’s laid-back environment and knowledgeable staff make it worth the trip.

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Louis Vuitton Just Dropped a $2,210 Monogrammed Ping-Pong Set

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Louis Vuitton has added an unexpected item to its luxury accessory line-up: a set of two ping-pong paddles that are available to cop now for a cool $2,210.

Ideal for anyone looking to level up their table tennis flex, the set includes the two paddles, game-regulation sized balls in a custom made holder, a Monogram Eclipse canvas paddle cover, and Louis Vuitton Circle metal branding on the handles.

Head over to Louis Vuitton to get your set now. And if ping-pong isn’t your jam, the storied fashion house’s sporty offerings don’t end there. A scroll through the brand’s lifestyle accessories reveals golf kits, beach bats, giant monogrammed volleyballs, and jump ropes.

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