Something of a follow-up to an item we featured yesterday – the Adidas 1972 Munich Olympics t-shirt. Now we've spotted a reissue of a shirt for the event that followed it – the Adidas Montreal 1976 t-shirt.
Not just one colour back on the market, there are six colour options for the reissue of the 1970s Nike Pre Montreal Racer trainers.
We've seen a few variations of these over the past few months, with a new Size? exclusive of the Adidas Montreal trainers just landing in blue.
A rather bold and eye-catching shade of blue suede, with white detailing and a contrasting sole. That heel is distinctive – as you might know, it was originally developed from the Gazelle design, but with a collapsible heel that was designed to allow footballers to get the shoe on and off easily after training. Or in your case, to slip on when you fall out of bed.
Available now if you want to brave the sluggish Size? website, £60 is the price.
We previewed them a few weeks back, but now you can buy the exclusive Size? reissue of the Adidas Montreal trainers in brown.
As we said back then, they're loosely based on the Gazelle design, but with a distinctive collapsible heel that was designed to allow footballers to get the shoe on and off easily after training. Indeed, it's actually classed as a kind of 'clog' for that very reason – even if it isn't one.
The Adidas Montreal seems to the Size? exclusive trainer of choice at the moment. You can still pick up past colour options in limited sizes (although most sold out swiftly), but there's a new one coming your way in the coming weeks, an exclusive issue in brown.
The Adidas Montreal is quitw an interesting shoe, loosely based on the Gazelle design it has a distinctive collapsible heel that was designed to allow footballers to get the shoe on and off easily after training. Indeed, it's actually classed as a kind of 'clog' for that very reason. But let's be honest, it's not really one.