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Now seemingly a regular on the reissue schedules, the Adidas Achill trainers are back once more, this time in brown or blue colour options.
Originally a 1970s running shoe, the Nike Elite Vintage trainers are reissued as a Size? exclusive.
No doubt it will be greeted with the traditional crashing of the server when they do land, but if you are lucky, you might get a pair Adidas Orion trainers at some point.
First seen back in 1979, these aren't a regular on the reissue circuit, which is perhaps why they've been chosen as an exclusive reissue from the Size? store. Two colour options of this vintage running shoe will be available, both with a mesh upper, suede detailing and that chunky track sole. The blue and white is above, with the dark blue and orange over the page.
The release date is 20th September, the price is likely to be around £65. Here's hoping Size? has a server upgrade sorted before that date.
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A 1970s running shoe is back on the market in two colourways as a Size? exclusive – the Nike Elite Vintage trainers.
It was 1976 when the shoe first appeared and is back now with looks very reminiscent of the era. The upper is a mix of suede and nylon, with contrasting detailing and 'swoosh', vintage mid sole, waffle out sole and fan tongue.
£55 gets you a pair in either shade – see the other over the page.
Also, if you are a Nike fan, check out the Nike Vintage '70 – '80 book, which you can buy here. It's a Japanese imported book that covers pretty much everything in the company's range between those years. It sells in the UK for £29.50.