Adidas Unveils the Samba “Made In Germany” Sneaker

Above: The Samba will be available at select retailers this Friday
Above: The Samba will be available at select retailers this Friday

Adidas is currently running the shoe game this year (all puns intended). The German brand has churned out some of 2017’s hottest and most coveted sneakers, and at this rate, it would be foolish to expect them to slow down. Along with their consistent Yeezy drops, Adidas Originals have provided consumers with a steady dose of new fire. Not only are the Superstars flooding streets, but so too are the Stan Smiths, Human Races, and NMDs. This may sound like a whole lot of shoes, but speak to any true Adidas fan and they’ll point out one particular model that’s missing from their closets.

This month, one of the cleanest and most popular Adidas sneakers is getting a well-deserved restock. Originally launched in the 1950s, the Samba will finally be sold once again, and the timing couldn’t be anymore right. The Samba been making more and more appearances on the feet of trendsetters including Kanye West, Rihanna, and Pharrell Williams, and now the hype has reached a boiling point. With major cosigns by Hollywood stars, the indoor soccer piece is set to make a massive comeback this year, and its creators has prepared accordingly. Debuting this week is the modern redesign of the Samba, which pulls from its decades-long heritage while blending in modern influences.

Nubuck material helps to punch up the famous Samba suede, while soft leather lines the elongated tongue. The 2017 model is being dubbed the “Made In Germany”, and will land in stores this Friday. If you’re itching to get your hands on the hot commodity, you can visit the Adidas webstore here.

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan D'Aoust

Aidan is a writer from Toronto. His favourite things in the world are music, movies, and mini dachshunds. Give him a follow on Twitter at @aidandaoust, where he’ll also accept your mixtape submissions.

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