adidas Samba Core Drops in “Black/Orange” Colorway

A classic sneaker with a modern, colorful twist.

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The adidas Samba is arguably one of the most recognisable silhouettes in the world of sneakers. Debuted in the 1950s as an alternative soccer training shoe to be worn on frozen ground, the Samba has since been the focus of countable reworks.

Now for Fall/Winter 2020, adidas returns to the Samba to reintroduce them in with orange, green and white accents on a black canvas.

With a full grain leather upper and the archetypal Samba suede overlays, this is a sneaker designed for both the street and the pitch. Its foam midsole provides a cushioned support, while the suede toe box and longer-than-usual tongue gives the sneakers its unique and recognisable look.

Coming with both orange and green laces that allows its wearer to mix and match with each sneaker, this new iteration of the adidas Samba remains in-keeping with it’s 1950s original.

The adidas Samba Core “Black/Orange” is available to buy now from atmos tokyo retailing at ¥12,000 (approximately $110 USD).

In other news, PUMA has revealed its latest retro-inspired RS-G Golf silhouette.

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adidas FW20 Samba Core Black/Orange

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