The adidas Samba Trainer Gets The Premium Rich Suede Treatment
We’ve just had some premium suede versions of the classic adidas Samba land at 80s Casual Classics in an assortment of new colourways.
Over the years, the adidas Samba trainer has built a reputation with 3 stripes fans and a followers as an all time great. The Samba first made its mark on the world as a football trainer back in the early 60’s, designed to be able to withstand harsh weather pitch conditions with the design concept courtesy of Mr Adi Dassler himself. The celebrated 3 stripes Samba silhouette has not only stood the test of time but has inspired a whole range of new adidas styles, acknowledging the solid design of the original shoe as one of the greatest of all time. The casual classic is now back with a new premium suede iteration, packing all the usual Samba characteristics and a luxurious touch to the terrace staple.
Above: The adidas Samba Suede trainer in dark blue.
This latest Samba version to arrive at 80s Casual Classics is given the premium Suede treatment with an updated version of the Samba FB (football) trainer. The original design is treated to premium rich suede uppers with the addition of waxed suede overlays, 3 stripes and heel tab for an even sturdier shoe. Classic characteristics of the original Samba however have not been forgotten, with the classic gum sole unit and the all important gold ‘Samba’ branding to the sides alongside the trefoil logo to the tongue. To celebrate this premium release, adidas have introduced an assortment of premium colourways which include dark blue, mystery ruby and vintage white. If classic adidas is your thing with a high quality finish, then these Samba Suede’s will be just up your street.
Above: The adidas Samba Suede trainer in vintage white.
Above: The adidas Samba Suede trainer in mystery ruby.