Tim Hortons And Adidas Team Up With Exclusive Donut-Themed Sambas

Tim Hortons And Adidas Team Up With Exclusive Donut-Themed Sambas
Tim Hortons x adidas

National Donut Day is coming up on June 7th, and Tim Hortons is celebrating with a donut-theme sneaker collaboration with none other than adidas!

Tim Hortons announced its special 60th anniversary collaboration with adidas, showcasing a lineup of four donut-inspired adidas Samba sneakers. Each sneaker is based on an iconic Tims donut flavour: Boston Cream, Honey Cruller, Vanilla Dip, and Double Chocolate. 

The collection itself doesn’t appear like any regular “merch”; the four sneakers are actually quite stylish, featuring the classic adidas Samba silhouette with donut-inspired colourways. 

Tim Hortons x adidas National Donut Day Contest (CNW Group/Tim Hortons)

“Tim Hortons 60th anniversary represents an incredible milestone for an iconic Canadian brand, and this collaboration with the adidas Samba – a classic and iconic silhouette that’s so loved by Canadians – is a fun and special way to mark the occasion,” says Kelly Graham, VP Marketing, adidas Canada.

If you were hoping to buy these limited-edition sneakers, you’re unfortunately out of luck.  There will only be four pairs Tims-inspired adidas Samba sneakers available to be won

You can enter to win one of four unique pairs of custom adidas and Tim Hortons shoes here until June 7th! Winners will be drawn on June 10th.

“We’re marking our 60th anniversary with a number of fun surprises for our loyal guests throughout the year, and we’re thrilled to be partnering with adidas for a celebration of some of the most iconic Tims donuts ever,” says Hope Bagozzi, Chief Marketing Officer at Tim Hortons.

May the odds be ever in your favour! Enter here

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