Adidas Basketball has officially introduced their latest footwear and apparel collection, co-created with the Adidas Brooklyn Farm. Among the new basketball silhouettes is the brand's first-ever laceless basketball sneaker, the Adidas N3XT L3V3L, which features a full primeknit upper and an all-new LightStrike cushioning.

The kicks, priced at $180, will initially be available for 24 hours only starting December 1st via AdidasBasketball.com.

(Adidas N3XT L3V3L: Photo courtesy of Adidas Basketball)

Embroidered with the zip code “11222” down the heel, each model pays homage to Brooklyn, while providing athletes with true performance benefits and reimagined style to elevate their game both on and off the court.

Per Adidas:

"Concepted from fundamental consumer insights and a true need for innovation, LIGHTSTRIKE gives players full movement support and improved step-in comfort without any extra weight. The new midsole was created exclusively by adidas Basketball, making it perfectly tuned for explosive movements, lateral quickness and the demands of the game. The combination of this lightweight midsole with the first completely laceless upper in the market showcases the brand’s vision for future of the basketball."

(Adidas N3XT L3V3L: Photo courtesy of Adidas Basketball)

In addition to the first-ever laceless Adidas Basketball sneaker, the Three Stripes have also introduced the Marquee Boost and Marquee Boost Low, as well as the Pro Vision.

N3XT L3V3L ($180), Marquee Boost (Mid, $130 and Low, $120), and Pro Vision ($100) will be available for 24-hours on December 1 at adidas.com/basketball, with additional pairs of Marquee Boost and Pro Vision dropping on December 2.

Check out some additional images below.

(Adidas Marquee Boost Mid: Photo courtesy of Adidas Basketball)

(Adidas Marquee Boost Mid x Adidas N3XT L3V3L: Photo courtesy of Adidas Basketball)

(Adidas Marquee Boost Low: Photo courtesy of Adidas Basketball)

(Adidas Pro Vision: Photo courtesy of Adidas Basketball)

(Adidas Pro Vision: Photo courtesy of Adidas Basketball)