Landing tonight and not likely to be around long. So make sure you get online at the right time to secure the Adidas Wien City Series trainers.
Will it sell out? I suspect it will, but I can’t be entirely sure. Reissues of late have been very up and down in terms of stock levels. Some have hung around for weeks, others have cleared out in minutes. it really is that unpredictable.
So if you want a pair of the Wien reissues, I suggest you lean on the side of caution and expect the worst. This is a much-anticipated reissue and as such, demand will be very high from the series collectors and people who just love an Adidas classic. This kind of design rarely hangs about for long – and the suede reissues, in particular, tend to fly through.
Why so sought after? It just hasn’t been available much. Part of the City Series that commenced in the 1970s, it is, like the others, a tribute to a city. The shape might be similar to other reissues, but the colours make sure you know this is the Wien. There are two versions of the shoe in the Adidas archive, with the maker taking the (correct) decision of bringing back the ‘classic’. The one everyone wants.
Those colours are Pride Ink, Flash Orange and Blue Bird, with the design pretty much what you call a classic City Series profile – slim, low and with minimal detailing. Specifically, a suede upper, gum rubber outsole and branding to the side and on the tongue, with the Adidas logo on the heel. Just like the original. After all, this is a one-to-one reissue.
Fancy a pair? The Adidas Wien will be available tonight (9th April 2021) at 11pm or midnight, depending on the retailer you head to. Maybe try for 11pm if you can, although some stores may hold back until Saturday morning,
The retailers are the usual Adidas City Series stockists. So maybe check out End Clothing, The Hip Store, Size? and the official Adidas Store if you want to get lucky. As I said, some stores might well hold back until Saturday morning, which might well be The Hip Store. But always worth double-checking.
£85 is the price.
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