The range was first unveiled at the end of February, and includes t-shirts, hoodies, shorts, socks, trainers and more, all themed around either the colourful pastel tones of DOTS, or the bolder, brighter colours of NINJAGO.
You won’t find them on LEGO.com for now, though: instead, you’ll have to head to Adidas’s online store. That does mean you’ll miss out on VIP points you might otherwise earn through the official LEGO shop, and given the initial collection has already appeared there, you might want to hold off for now.
Like that first range, the new collection is geared exclusively towards kids, so we’re still waiting to see the original press release’s promise of adult-targeted trainers and clothing materialise (bar a single pair of sneakers). But this is a multi-year partnership, so patience is probably key.
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