Miles Morales has a lot stylish new suit Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. Unfortunately, one of Miles’ new costumes is nearly being tarred and feathered on the internet for being one of his absolute worst superhero looks. Someone probably should have reported this to Adidas, because the athletic apparel company is now selling the much-criticized suit at its collaboration event with the game.
Adidas announced Marvel’s Spider-Man 2-Inspiring clothing collection I returned in October. At the time, the collection only included a stylish shoe inspired by Peter Parker’s venomous Spider Suit. There is a pretty clean design, all things considered. Now the shoemaker is selling compression tops, leggingsAnd running shoes It is inspired by Miles’ “Evolved Suit”, which is something that suit fans are not fond of in the game.
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The Evolved Suit, which you’ll unlock towards the game’s finale, replaces the hero’s OG black and red spandex with Colgate blue accent markings and a convertible mask that reveals his origins. majority consensus Spiderman 2 fans this this new original suit is not his best look.
Here’s a closer look at Adidas’ Miles-inspired activewear.
Both the “moisture-wicking” top and the “3D-shaped pouch” leggings cost $50 each. The “soft and comfortable” shoes will cost you $230. Currently, the collection is only available to adiClub members and is scheduled to be available on November 3. As you can imagine, players aren’t too fond of Adidas’ Miles collaboration apparel either, and now they’re claiming that this collection is new. -The playsuit is just product placement for the clothing company.
“I was in the ‘not that bad’ camp before but yeah fuck blatant product placement,” one user said wrote in the r/Spiderman subreddit. “I thought it was just the shoes, I didn’t realize the whole suit was Adidas.”
“[I saw] those shoes at first glance and “Is this an advertisement or something else?” These shoes look really realistic ‘Look,’ wrote another.
“It makes even more sense that when you change the color of the suit, the shoes stay the same,” another said.
“As long as it’s not baby powder it’s okay,” another said, referencing Miles’ words. Disastrous baby powder controversy Into the Spider-Verse.
Kotaku Reached out to Insomniac Games for comment.
My guess is that Adidas delayed revealing the Miles-inspired fit in its initial announcement of the Insomniac Games collaboration because it wanted to give players time to appreciate it in-game before revealing the physical product to the spoiler-averse public. If I were in charge of the collaboration, I’d try to do a fit inspired by Miles’ casual-looking 10th Anniversary Suit instead.