As Hispanic Heritage Month winds down, Adidas has tapped Foot Locker incubator Greenhouse and three Latino-American artists for new Speedfactory AM4 colorways.

This Greenhouse x Adidas Speedfactory AM4 collection calls upon Dominican artist M.Tony Peralta of New York for the AM4Alsacia, Dominican artist Lucia Hierro (also of New York) for the AM4Platanos, and Mexican artist Bryan Avila from Los Angeles for the AM4Mexico.

Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Mexico (Stylized)
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Each pair uses the Speedfactory AM4 base with uncaged knit uppers and Boost cushioning but are unique in their three distinct colorways. Peralta's AM4Alsacia uses a black upper with red, yellow, and blue paint splatters as a reference to the canirval in his mother's hometown of Santiago de los Caballeros. Meanwhile, Hierro​​​​​​​ opts for a plantain-covered upper on the AM4Platanos​​​​​​​ inspired by one of the Dominican Republic's staple foods. Lastly, Avila covered his AM4Mexico in the blue agave plant, the base ingredient in tequila.

Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Alsacia (Stylized)
Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Alsacia, Image via Adidas

Each of the Greenhouse x Adidas AM4 Hispanic Heritage Month sneakers will be released tomorrow on Oct. 10 exclusively on the Greenhouse app.

Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Platanos (Lateral)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Platanos (Medial)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Platanos (Top)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Mexico (Lateral)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Mexico (Medial)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Mexico (Top)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Alsacia (Lateral)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Alsacia (Medial)
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Greenhouse x Adidas AM4Alsacia (Top)
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