From putting rooster feathers on Von Miller's cleats to transforming DeAndre Hopkins' pair into moccasins, Charlie Kirihara has stood out the most during a season in which custom cleats in the NFL are a bigger story than they've ever been. A graduate from the University of Minnesota's School of Design, Kirihara now works in footwear design for Adidas and is changing the way we watch for cleats on Sunday. Recently, the talented designer detailed his path to Adidas in an interview with Minnesota's KSTP. Among many topics, Kirihara discussed his vision for the brand heading into this season.
"My target for this year was to take what we do for the NFL and kind of escalate it and make it bigger and more grand," he said.
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