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Adidas 1970s Kick 2 trainers

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If you're after a non-nonsense trainer that can take a bit of wear, you might want to check out the Adidas Kick 2 trainers.

Introduced in the mid-70s as a football shoe, they can probably still serve you well in a kickabout, especially with that reinforced toe and the solid sole that packs plenty of grip. But it's also a fairly smart trainer with the minimum of contrast detailing and a gold logo on the tongue.

Choose from three colour options, all retailing for £54.99. See over for the black variation.

Find out more at the Size? website


2 thoughts on “Adidas 1970s Kick 2 trainers

  1. As I remember Kick were Adidas’ ‘entry level’ trainer in the late 70s. From there you traded up to Samba, Rom and suchlike.

  2. My first pair of Adidas trainers were “Blackbird”.
    I eventually got a pair of “kick but my favourites were “Mamba”. I had “Bamba”,”Samba” & “Rom” too.For some reason I never liked “Samba”. I got a pair a couple of years ago (about 30 years too late!) and it was apparant why.The soles semed so thin that you felt EVERYTHING you stood on! LOL

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