Following on from the recent “Summer Holidays” collection, size? and adidas Originals have reunited for a pair of SL76 colorways. Inspired by the Montreal Olympics in 1976, when the SL76 silhouette made its debut, the sneakers reference two different motifs from the games.
The first sneaker in the pack is inspired by the public lottery ran to help fund the games, with “Glory Amber” detailing on the tongue, heel 3-Stripes and midsole. Finishing off the design is a lottery ticket graphic on the footbed, completing the references to the fundraising lottery.
For the second sneaker, size? and adidas Originals have taken inspiration from Amik, the games’ beaver mascot. The sneaker is finished with a range original materials such as super-light woven nylon uppers and suede overlays. Offsetting the white base and black 3-Stripes are hits of pink, gold and blue as in reference to Amik’s colorful markings, while a picture of the mascot appears on the sneaker’s footbed.
Take a look at the two colorways in the gallery above. You can enter the draw for the size? x adidas Originals SL76 “Montreal Pack” via the retailer’s app now. For more information, head to the size? blog.
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