To create an Adidas task you can use either the product SKU or URL, but you must use SKU on yeezy drops and URL on waiting room (non yeezy splash) drops.
Supported Regions: US, GB, CA, PH, MY, SG, AU, TH, CZ, DE, DK, ES, GR, IE, IT, NL, NO, NZ, RU, or IT
Email: Phantom creates accounts for you, to make sure your accounts are created correctly, enter your catchall email without an @ into the email field of your profile (as you would for random email on Footsites, Finishline, Supreme, etc. - see more information on random email here). If you use your gmail account, it will only be able to create one account, if there is not one already created. Below is an example of properly entering a catchall/domain in the email field of the profile, see more information on profiles here.
For Adidas, you can find the SKU or URL in the #release-help channel of Phantom discord or you can make your own by first navigating to the product.
The product URL can be found in search bar at the top of the browser. In this case, the URL is https://www.adidas.com/us/alphaedge-4d-shoes/CG5526.html. The product SKU can be found after the shoe description and before the .html in the product URL or in the specifications section of the product page. In this case, the product SKU is CG5526.
Then, paste the SKU or URL into the URL/SKU field, choose a size and quantity, select a profile, and toggle any of the different modes (see below the following picture) depending on the release. If you want to use full size run (see this "How to use full size run" article if you have questions), and select task specific proxy if you want, but it is not recommended unless you need it because it's tedious and more so for smaller amounts of tasks. Below is a proper task setup for the above product.
Captcha - Select this if the product you are attempting to use Phantom on has captcha enabled. Most yeezys releases do not have captcha enabled, however most waiting room (non yeezy splash) releases do have captcha. If you do select this option, be sure to have your captcha windows open. See how to use the captcha windows here. We will let you know if a high demand release has captcha on, if so, then you'd have to choose this mode.
Checkout - Select this if you want to auto checkout after carting on Adidas. This option currently only works on Adidas US, but allows you to checkout products after carting. If auto checkout fails, it will send a cart to your saved webhook. See how to make and save a webhook for Discord/Slack here. Note: On high demand releases, auto checkout is not very consistent because of the issues with Adidas's payment processor and the site load Adidas experiences, but it is effective and honestly more efficient than manually checking out. Using this mode uses your local IP, unless you use task specific proxy. See more info on that below.
Yeezy Mode - Select this mode for yeezy splash releases only. This option allows you to run splash tasks specifically for the yeezy splash page. Depending on whether you choose checkout or not, the bot will cart once you pass the splash page. All carts will go to your saved webhook. You must use SKU with this mode or else it won't work.
1. Region - Select either US, GB, CA, PH, MY, SG, AU, TH, CZ, DE, DK, ES, GR, IE, IT, NL, NO, NZ, RU, or IT as your region for Adidas. You will need region specific proxies, so US proxies for US and EU proxies for EU.
2. URL/SKU - This is where the product SKU or URL will go. This is the field for which your tasks will revolve around product-wise.
3. Size - This is where the size you choose will go, I currently have it set to random. Choose a size in accordance with which sizes are available. Sizes will generally be specified for any high demand releases.
4. Quantity - Choose the quantity of tasks you want to create tasks.
5. Profile - Choose the profile you want the task to use. I currently have it set to Test Profile US.
6. Captcha - Choose this option if you the product you are attempting to use Phantom for has captcha enabled. See more information on this mode above.
7. Checkout - Choose this option if you wish to use auto checkout on the Product you are attempting to use Phantom for. See more information on this mode above. Note: This mode uses your local IP, so if you wish to use a proxy, you must set it via task specific proxy on the create tasks page.
8. Yeezy Mode - Choose this option only for yeezy drops with a splash page. See more information on this mode above.
See "How to import/export tasks (CSV and json)" for a detailed description on how to import your CSV sheet of task(s) into Phantom, or export your tasks from Phantom.
Enter your product SKU or URL into the URL column. Choose your Adidas region in the Site column using the dropdown, so in this case mine is AdidasUS. Choose a Size using the size dropdown. Enter proxies into the Proxy column if need be, this column can be left blank as it will use the proxies are saved in settings within Phantom. If you do fill out the proxy column, you must still save your proxies in settings, but proxies will be set to specific tasks if entered in the CSV. Enter a Profile in the Profile column, enter true or false for randomEmail, but it doesn't really matter as Phantom will randomize your email regardless (see how to do so here), enter true or false for randomName, enter true or false for oneCheckoutPerProfile but it's not really necessary as Adidas's limits your checkouts to 1 per card and this will only be used if you use checkout mode (see above for more details), enter true or false for Yeezy (for yeezy releases with splash, see above for more details), enter true or false for Captcha (for releases with captcha, see above for more details), enter true or false for Checkout (if you want to utilize auto checkout, see above for more details), any other columns in the CSV can be left as is/default.
Residential and some Datacenter proxies work on Adidas, and both have had success.
We recommend around 5000 ms retry/error delay, but it is contingent on how fast you want your tasks to retry when they hit an error.
We recommend going at least 1:1 in terms of tasks to proxies, as Adidas does ban. We recommend randomizing your address, and you must use 1 card per shoe to be in accordance with Adidas's checkout limits of 1 high demand item per card per release, but you may use the same card across multiple items. We recommend you start your tasks when stock goes live, and we will let you know when stock goes live and thus, when you start tasks.