A real gem from the Adidas archives is back on the market – the Adidas Italia 1960. As the name suggests, these slimline trainers date back to 1960s, much loved by athletes at the Rome Olympics of that year as an all-round sports shoe. This all leather reissue mixes white […]
I can't say I'm the biggest fan of Size? right now after the recent, rather messy Adidas Manchester launch, but it seems to be the only place currently stocking the Adidas A.039 Gazelle OG trainers. The A.039 name is derived from an internal code which adidas used for its particular […]
We mentioned the Germany version the other day, but now the Adidas Samba England edition trainers are available to buy, as are other nations. The England is above, a limited edition in premium leather, along with a red, white and blue colourway, gold Samba detailing and the England pin badge. […]
The 1962 football shoe is back with a World Cup theme as the Adidas Samba World Cup Edition. Back in classic black and white, it offers up a ptremium leather finish with a suede toe, white contrast sole and gold branding, along with a German pin badge detail. That's because […]
Another 60s-style trainer has been reissued once more – the Adidas Vintage Gazelle OG, which is here in a gold and black suede finish. Originally seen in 1968, this version of the Gazelle still has the streamlined shape, but also throws in that gold suede upper, contrast black striping and […]
Another Size? special, this time with the Adidas Samba, which comes in a black and red colour combo exclusive to the retailer. Still essentially the same early 60s football shoe and latter-day terrace favourite, this new version mixes a leather and nylon mesh upper in black, throwing in a a […]
A gem from the 1960s archives has been reissued once more – the Adidas Chile ’62 trainers.