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Adidas’ limited-edition Ryder Cup kicks celebrate the state of Wisconsin (golf.com)

Adidas’ limited-edition Ryder Cup kicks celebrate the state of Wisconsin

Adidas wasn’t subtle when they imagined their limited-edition Ryder Cup shoe. Why the cow print, you ask? Well, Wisconsin is known as America’s Dairyland, and they really took that to heart.

Their iconic Stan Smith Silhouette was originally reimagined for the golf course earlier this year. Since then, they’ve dropped a few versions of the timeless on-and-off-course shoe, but these are definitely the most fun pair to date. They feature an all-white upper with a playful spotted cow print midsole, and pink pop-color outsole. They made special sockliners to continue the spotted cow theme, which feature a logo of the fictitious “Dairyland Golf Club.”

You can buy the shoe over on Adidas.com on Monday, September 20th. We’d suggest you MOOOOOve quickly (sorry, I had to), because they’re only available in limited quantities.

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