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adidas Originals

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2015 will serve as a monumental year for adidas. With re-releases of our favourite styles, the adidas brand is stepping it up a notch with re-issues of their tried and true classics, accompanying a string of awesome new collaborations. It may be a blast from the past, but the adidas Originals revival is a sneaker craze you do not want to miss out on.

Superstar

The renowned adidas Superstar is receiving hype all over the world. An icon since it’s birth in 1969, the classic basketball model has become the quintessential sneaker of the season. With its monochrome colour scheme, embossed logo and rubber shell-toe, the iconic Three Stripe has become a fast-favourite amongst fashion bloggers and a-list celebrities.

Stan Smith

Even without the iconic 3-Stripes, the Stan Smith has always been immediately recognised as a total adidas classic. The re-issued Stan Smith continues the legacy of impeccable and simplistic style, on the court or off the court. Spotted on the front rows of fashion shows across the globe, it’s pretty obvious why the adidas Stan Smith is predicted to be the favourite kick of 2015.

Gazelle OG

In its heyday, the Gazelle OG was football’s “it” sneaker. Now it has been appropriated by the fashionably inclined as their own. This smooth suede edition is more streamlined than the other adidas classics but still features the iconic Three Stripes. With its low-key and clean silhouette, it’s pretty clear that the timeless Gazelle OG will never go out of fashion.

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