The Adidas Samba is arguably the most famous Adidas trainer, first introduced in 1950 for playing football on icy ground, but since re-incarnated in various finishes for the fashion market. The latest of which is this Adidas Consortium Samba in cord and suede.
Reissued as part of the Consortium range (like the earlier-featured Forest Hills), the shoe mixes tan and black, as well as corduroy and suede, to create a new twist on a classic.
Just 390 pairs worldwide, priced at £65.
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