New Adidas ads have been out for a few weeks now, but we’ve yet to see them get a whole lot of attention.
But if you’re looking to get into the ladies’ footwear market, there are some options.
The new Adidas ad for the Nike+ Women’s Basketball collection, for example, features a black woman who’s wearing a pair of women’s basketball shoes.
The ad is part of Adidas’ Men’s Basketball campaign.
“All women,” the ad says, “can be all things.”
It’s a subtle nod to the ad campaign for the women’s version of the men’s men’s tennis shoes, where the ad also features a white woman wearing a black shoe.
This ad isn’t the first time Adidas has featured a black female on its men’s footwear.
In 2016, the ad showed a black-and-white woman in a black tutu.
The ad was released in a number of countries, but this ad is the first to feature a black, white, and brown female in a women’s shoe.
There’s been a trend of wearing women’s shoes with black women in them in the past year, including Nike’s ad for Black Friday, and Nike’s women’s tennis shoe campaign, as well as the Women’s Soccer ad, where a white and black woman walk into the pitch together.
If you’ve been wondering if the ad is a direct callback to the mens basketball ad from 2016, this new ad isn�t that far off from it.
The ad shows a black man in a pair the ad released earlier this year.
A woman with a black dress and heels and a black tuxedo walks into the court and into the locker room.
A pair of white shoes sits in front of her.
A black man wears a pair.