Adidas and Arizona Iced Tea teamed up to make a sneakers that only cost 99 cents

Food and fashion are having a major love affair right now. From the latest Forever 21 and Cheetos collaboration to BaubleBar's ice cream earrings, wearing your favorite foods has never been so chic. The latest collab, however, might just top them all. This week, Adidas Originals and Arizona Ice Tea are releasing two pairs of sneakers, and the best part—like the tea, they only cost 99 cents.

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Adidas Originals x Arizona Iced Tea
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Each pair of Adidas shoes has its own unique design, but channels Arizona Iced Tea's iconic cans and takes inspiration from the '90s with a chunky rubber sole and bright colors. The Yung 1 features neon yellow, pastel green and pink colors, while the Continental is decorated in a pink and pastel green floral print. Both feature Arizona Iced Tea's "Great Buy! 99¢" on the tongue, which has appeared on its cans since the company launched in 1992.

The shoes will be sold exclusively at a pop-up in New York City (located at 208 Bowery) starting at 11 am on July 18 through July 19. If you don't live in NYC, you can also enter to win a pair of of the sneakers on Instagram.

First, head to Arizona Iced Tea's Instagram account (@drinkarizona) and take a screenshot of this post. Then, share the image on your own, follow Arizona Iced Tea and use the hashtag #adiZona99. Winners will be chosen at random.

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Evolution of Adidas sportswear
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1954. Photo: Hanns Hubmann (Photo by bpk/Hubmann/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
Germany, Berlin: teenager in a sport shop looking at a gym bag by adidas - 8th July 1966 (Photo by Bernd Thiele/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
September 25, 1973. (Photo by Brauner/ullstein bild via Getty Images)
7th September 1977: Football and rugger shirts and balls with trainers and sports shoes. Puma, Adidas, All Star are some of the brands. (Photo by Chaloner Woods/Getty Images)
Singer Rod Stewart wearing an Adidas hooded tracksuit top, 1983. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)
17 Apr 1996: A portrait of former USC Trojan and All American wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson, the potential number one pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, taken during the press conference to announce his multi-year agreement with Adidas America, Inc , helda
Close-up detail of Adidas trainers and camouflage trousers, UK 1990s. (Photo by: PYMCA/UIG via Getty Images)
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