Samsung’s Adidas-branded Galaxy Buds Pro have a snapback-style shell.

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It comes with an eco-friendly Stan Smith snapback case as well as a sneaker coupon.

Samsung is doing some co-branding with Adidas as a way to create some buzz around its wireless earbud products, while buffing up its eco-friendly bonafides, Sammobile has reported. The Galaxy Buds Pro Adidas Original Special Pack (available in South Korea only) comes in what looks like a mini sneaker box with the classic green-and-white Stan Smith branding.

It also comes with a branded case that resembles a traditional snapback cap. Within are Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earphones (which don’t seem to be branded by Adidas) in Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, and Phantom Violet. A exclusive voucher for a pair of Stan Smith shoes is also included with the kit.

When you connect the buds with a Galaxy handset, a new Adidas Originals theme for the lock screen, icons, post, and call screens will be unlocked. The snapback case is made of recycled plastic, and the Galaxy Buds Pro are made of 20% post-consumer materials.

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The Adidas special edition Buds Pro will be available in a limited edition of 6,000 units on April 7th for 279,000 KRW ($250). As previously said, they will only be accessible in South Korea.

 

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