Celebrating unique cultures of the world, adidas' Fall/Winter 2006 collection features a line of sneakers and clothing made out of fabrics sourced from Japan, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Turkey and Mexico. Often at least partially handmade, the traditional fabrics bring an old world feel to classic adidas looks, like this China bomber jacket and Japan sneaker (which is pair number one of 200). The Japan series is the most limited and priciest, so start staking out Alife, Dave's Quality Meat, HUF, Kendo, Undefeated, Union, Shoebiz, Just Be, Harputs, Kicks Hawaii, and St. Alfred, as the goods trickle out from now until October. Apparel prices range from $240-900 and footwear starts at $100 and goes up to $300. More images after the jump.
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