Following the recent release of the Classic Samba in black with gold stripes, adidas has just released a new Samba in white with silver stripes. This classic indoor soccer shoe features the new white/silver colorway with bright orange lining and logo details. The Samba has full grain leather for the upper materials and a traditional brown pivot point cup sole. This version also features the extended tongue up top.
This is a sharp new look for one of the best selling adidas shoes of all time. If you are a fan of the Samba, be sure to pick this one up soon. The new originals Samba in white with silver stripes is available now in sizes 4-14 for $70 at adidas.com.
The blue/solar slime colorway of the Rose 4.5 popped up today in the youth section, but only in a size 6. We have not seen this colorway released yet so it may be a restock from another location. A little digging however found this colorway as well as the black/green colorway aka Iridescent available in men’s sizes now at a store called Rare and Special on Amazon. They are selling for about $169 plus shipping in sizes 8-13. Not much is known about this seller, but they do have some nice adidas shoes as well as older models that are very hard to find right now. If you are looking for a nice rare colorway of the Rose 4.5, be sure to check out these 2.
adidas released the originals style Campus 80s shoe in the knit style this week. The Campus 80s Primeknit has not gone on sale on the main website yet, but it can currently be found at international stores such as End and Sneakersnstuff.
The knit version of the Campus 80s features the knit material upper combined with the classic white outsole. It is not cheap averaging about $170-180 per pair. Sizes are also pretty limited. There is no word yet on if there will be a wider release of this shoe or if it is more of a limited edition.
A couple interesting notes: According to Sneakersnstuff, the shoes are made in Germany unlike China where most of the shoes are made. Also apparently they do fit .5 to 1 size bigger than normal size. The Campus 80s Primeknit is currently available in navy, maroon, and grey colorways.
A new colorway of the iconic Samba shoe was released today in black with gold stripes. It also features a reddish orange lining and logo details. You do not see the classic Samba released in other colors very often so this one is pretty unique. It features the extended soccer style tongue, a mix of leather, suede, and synthetic materials on the upper, and a white pivot point cup sole.
If you are a fan of the Samba, be sure to pick this one up. It is available now in sizes 5.5-14 for $70 at adidas.com.
Update: The Samba with gold stripes has sold out, but you can still customize the Sambas to choose many different colors for each part of the shoes. The custom Sambas are available now in sizes 4-20 for $85.
adidas brought back the classic running support shoe from 1993, the EQT Support in new city pack colors including black, red, and yellow. The upper is a mix of mesh and suede on top of an EVA sole with Torsion support. This bring back is great for those looking for a classic running shoe with more of a casual look.
The new EQT Support shoes are on sale now in sizes 5-14 for $140 at adidas.com.
Today the vapor blue Crazy 1 went for sale on the main website. This is a very nice looking colorway with a light blue upper, silver base, black top and sole and a little red highlight strip on the back. This new color features the same synthetic upper, Torsion, and textile lining. The weight on the Crazy 1 is 14.4 oz. This is a very hot color so don’t wait long if you are thinking about picking up a pair. It is available now in size 6.5-16 for $125 at adidas.com.
Just a few other noted releases today include new women’s Samoa with chrome stripes, both black and grey colorways and well as a red colorway of the Mutombo trainer. There is also a new lead colored men’s Samoa with big trefoil logo and speckled rubber sole.
The Bedwin edition of the Stan Smith has been available at select specialty stores for about a week now but just today it was released on the main website. This white with speckled paint colorway designed by Bedwin and the Heartbreakers features full grain leather, candy striped heel tab, and Bedwin logo. It is for sale now in sizes 5.5-14 for $120 at adidas.com.
A couple other new releases today include:
– Adi M.C. Low – Colorful women’s shoe with floral print and snakeskin texture.
– Farm Gazelle Borboflor – One of 4 colorways of the Farm edition Gazelle. Other 3 have yet to be released on the main site.
– Mutombo TR Block – Teal and orange colorway of the Mutombo trainer.
The Farm collection at adidas has been by far one of the hottest new releases this season. It started rolling out slowly in early April with tees, tank tops and shorts. The track jackets also were rolled out slowly. One of the models we have been waiting for, the blue Frutaflor track jacket has finally been released on the site. It features the floral pattern on a blue base with white accents. At the time of this post it is in stock in women’s sizes M, L, and XL. No word if the small has sold out or if there will be more. More of the Farm collection can also be found at Finish Line as well as select adidas Originals stores.
A couple other tidbits to mention:
The blue Jabbar Hi shoe was restocked with a limited quantity in sizes 8-12.
The original black red Mutombo has restocked in very limited quantities size 7-12
A new green, blue colorway of the Superstar 2.0 in leather with suede details was also slipped into the lineup today.
It has been a little slow for new shoe releases this week, but today some new adilette slides went up for sale. The classic slide now comes with flag designs for the USA, England, Germany, and Brazil. The slide features a single strap with PU coated synthetic material combined with a quick dry lining which will be good in case they get wet. The footbed is contoured for comfort and has a cleat inspired outsole for excellent grip.
The new adilette flag series is for sale now ion sizes 4-14 (full sizes only) for $35 at adidas.com.