Adidas is gearing up to launch a new line of sneakers called the adidas XS, a collection that will feature some of the company’s most popular sneakers.
The sneakers, which will debut later this year, will be available at adidas retail stores across the U.S. and Canada.
The XS line will include a mix of adidas Originals, adidas Yeezy Boosts and adidas Sportswear models.
There are two pairs available now for $130, which is $150 more than the XS range currently sells for.
The new line is expected to hit stores in the U, U.K. and U.A.E. later this summer.
The adidas sneaker line will be similar to the adizero adidas Ultra Boosts that launched in April.
Both of those models were available at a much lower price, though the Ultra Boost is now available at Nike.
While it’s a different color, the Xs will be a limited-edition sneaker with black laces and a “Made in Japan” logo.
The shoes will be made in Japan, and they will be exclusively available at retailers like Target and Walgreens, according to the company.
They will be limited to just 1,000 pairs.
For now, the shoe is limited to the U; it won’t be released in Canada, the U:AU and U:UK markets.