The new creation utilizes the recently unveiled AM4MN (Adidas Made for Minnesota) performance silhouette. Williams' take on the cleat features the same aesthetic as his popular NMD Hu models, with the words "JUSTICE" and "LIBERTY" on the left and right shoes, respectively. The entire upper is bright yellow, accented with red and green trim. This color scheme is the similar to the one used on the BYW-based sneaker Pharrell also teased on Twitter recently. This shoe resembles a pair cleats given to Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters earlier this season, which had the same message on the sole.
The AM4MN was launched for players to wear during Super Bowl LII. It is the first cleat digitally created at the brand's Speedfactory in Ansbach, Germany. Adidas has previously released Speedfactory running models in Paris and London. All signs point to this being a one-of-one for the man himself, so don't expect to see these hitting retailers anytime soon.