Bob Marley x Adidas SL 72 Coloring Film Release of the Reggae Legend

In collaboration with his estate, adidas pays homage to Marley’s enduring legacy with a special edition of the SL 72 runner, reflecting his iconic style and message. The release of this collection serves as a reminder of Marley’s enduring influence on culture, bridging generations with his music and philosophy.

Bob Marley, the iconic reggae legend, still inspires fans around the world, even years after his death. His influence extends beyond music, focusing on unity, love, and social justice.

According to Complex, the unique Bob Marley x Adidas SL 72 will be featured in adidas’ Summer 2024 lineup. The shoe features Bob Marley’s image and name on the tongue and sock lining, while his signature is elegantly embossed in gold on the heel. The design combines a black upper with pops of green and wine along the rubber sole.

Adidas’ collaboration with Bob Marley’s estate reflects the essence of Marley’s lasting impact on music and culture. This special edition SL 72 runner not only features Marley’s iconic style but also perpetuates his philosophy of unity and love.

The launch of the collaborative shoe coincides with the release of the film entitled “Bob Marley: One Love”, an American biographical drama film based on the life of reggae singer and songwriter Bob Marley, played by Kingsley Ben-Adir, from his rise to fame in the mid-1970s until his death. in 1981.

The film was directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green, who co-wrote the screenplay with Terence Winter, Frank E. Flowers, and Zach Baylin. The film also stars Lashana Lynch as Rita Marley, and James Norton as Chris Blackwell.

Bob Marley: One Love premiered at Carib 5 in Kingston, Jamaica on January 23, 2024, and was released in the United States by Paramount Pictures on February 14, 2024. The film received mixed reviews from critics and has grossed $120 million in US dollars. the whole world.

A pre-credit montage shows clips of the real Marley and his band during the One Love Peace Concert, which sees them joined on stage by the heads of both Jamaican political parties, also revealing that Marley and his band were able to perform in Zimbabwe celebrating his nation’s independence before he died of cancer in in 1981.

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