We recently listed some of the prettiest wireless earbuds you can shop in Manila right now, and the sportiest ones, too—whether you prefer minimalist, colorful, or themed devices, you're sure to spot a pair that suits your style. But in case you still haven't found a listening device that fits your aesthetic, we just discovered the perfect audio device for sneakerheads and streetwear lovers—no, seriously. You may not typically associate your gadgets with your favorite pairs of shoes, but Samsung's brand-new Galaxy Buds Pro could change your mind. Say hello to their new Galaxy Buds Pro Adidas Originals Special Pack!
Galaxy Buds Pro
These might be the coolest wireless earbuds we've ever seen. The pair comes with all the same specs as the recently released Galaxy Buds Pro—360-degree cinematic sound quality, active noise-cancellation, Samsung ecosystem connectivity, reliable battery life, and so on—but instead of the sleek, fuss-free design, it comes in a stylish case that resembles an Adidas shoebox with the Three Stripes and Trefoil logo printed in green onto the predominantly white exterior. The color scheme will instantly remind you of your trusty Stan Smith sneakers. Inside the box, you'll find a charging case, which is modeled after an Adidas cap in the same crisp colorway.
The wireless earbuds inside the snapback-shaped case feature a plain design true to the device's original look and they come in three colors: Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, and Phantom Violet. Plus, when you pair the earbuds with a Samsung Galaxy phone, they'll unlock a special Adidas Originals theme for your lock screen, icons, and message and call screens. That way, your entire smartphone experience will be tailor-made to match your personal sneaker obsession!
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Adidas Originals Special Pack is currently only available in South Korea for KRW 279,000 (roughly P12,132). Only 6,000 units of the device will be sold. We're crossing our fingers and offering our souls to the sneaker gods in the hopes that the device will be available in the Philippines someday.
* This story originally appeared on Spot.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.