To celebrate the 2015 Chinese New Year, and the Year of the Goat, adidas today unveiled special editions of the D Rose 5 Boost, D Rose Lakeshore Mid and T-Mac 3. All three models feature a Chinese New Year aesthetic with an iconic black, red, green and gold color scheme. A special Year of the Goat logo is featured on a lace jewel and the inside tongue of each shoe. Additional details including crinkled leather, etched patterns and plush fleece liners are featured across multiple models. The adidas Year of the Goat logo features two goat heads facing each other with their horns intertwined and circling the adidas Sports Performance logo, signifying the competition of basketball. Separating the goat’s heads is the Chinese character for Goat.


D Rose 5 Boost

The D Rose 5 Boost features a crinkled white upper complimented by a green Fit Cage for support and stability. The D Rose logo is highlighted on the heel in metallic gold while the lining of the shoe features a plush red fleece.


T-Mac 3

The iconic T-Mac 3, Tracy McGrady’s third signature shoe originally introduced in 2003, features a black and red upper highlighted with crinkled leather in the back and an etched pattern in the front. A metallic gold torsion plate separates the upper and gum outsole.


D Rose Lakeshore Mid

The off-court lifestyle D Rose Lakeshore Mid features a cream upper with green back panel. Red and black patterned laces match the D Rose 5 Boost and T-Mac 3.


Retail information:

The Year of the Goat collection D Rose 5 Boost ($140), D Rose Lakeshore Mid ($90) and T-MAC 3 ($130) will be available at on February 19.

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