Ok, it’s not exactly ‘cold drink’ weather in the UK. But it will be eventually (and it is elsewhere), which is why we are flagging up this wonderful 1960s Volkswagen Panel Van drinks cooler at Hammacher Schlemmer.
Not sure what colour 'petrol' actually is, but I suspect it's a rather nice shade of blue judging by the images of these Adidas Samba trainers.
They're an old school classic and seen on many adult feet, but now you can get Adidas Samba trainers for kids.
A regular reissue and one fo the all-time big sellers for Adidas. But these Adidas Samba trainers in an ecru and black colourway offer something a little different.
It's a classic, perhaps a little too classic for some. But if you love the Adidas Samba trainers, you'll be pleased to know they have been reissued in three colourways.
The Adidas reissues are coming in thick and fast. While it's far from the most rare, these new reissues of the Adidas Samba trainers will undoubtedly appeal to anyone who wants plain, simple and classic.
The original dates back to 1962, first produced as a football shoe, but probably better-known and used as a casual wear classic. These two new reissues (the other pictured over the page) use white leather as the canvas, with green or black detailing, a gum sole and suede toe piece.
If you want a pair, £55 gets you a pair directly from Adidas.
Find out more at the Adidas online store website