adidas Originals Edberg '86 "Solar Yellow"

Following last year’s successful OG and “Wimbledon” releases — as well as a “Strawberries and

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Following last year’s successful OG and “Wimbledon” releases — as well as a “Strawberries and Cream” Consortium collaboration with Foot Patrol — Swedish tennis star and former world no. 1 Stefan Edberg’s adidas Originals signature is back for 2015 in a “Solar Yellow” make-up. Reminiscent of Edberg’s OG white/green/yellow colorway, the “Solar Yellow” edition of the low-top sports a predominately white leather upper, but in this case juxtaposes the clean upper with a combination of black and neon yellow accents. The latest Edberg ‘86 is now available from adidas Originals retailers like Afew.

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