Adidas launched their new Consortium Causal Series which includes five sneakers, the Bamba, the Samba, the Tobacco, the Forest Hill, and the Jeans.
Each pair is special in its own way. For example, the Jeans model features a Argyle Jersey design while the Samba features a cotton corduroy upper. Each pair is limited to 390 and are now available at Hanon shop
The original version of this classic football shoe first appeared in the early 1980's, showing off a simple and clean looking silhouette punctuated with special design elements such as the suede toebox overlay and Tri-Stripe contrasting leather overlays.
This reintroduction for the consortium casual range features an authentic black leather upper with off white stripe overlays, heel patches and lining. Single midsole unit with a reinforced vulcanized rubber guard over the front of the shoe.
One of the most successful and widely known shoes in the adidas catalogue. This classic football training shoe is re-presented here in a casual combination of 100% cotton corduroy upper with soft suede overlays,
EVA midsole unit with a reinforced vulcanized rubber guard over the front of the shoe. Screenced "SAMBA" detail and adidas rubber plaque logo detail on side, consortium stamped eyelet and the Samba trademark long tongue. This versatile and casual colorway will look good on any occasion.
First introduced in 1978, the Tobacco represented a sophisticated, luxurious yet casual addition to the adidas range. Featuring uppers of tailored cotton tartan with soft suede overlays, contrasting suede tri stripe detail, screened adidas logo detailing on the tongue and consortium stamped eyelet.
With its simple shape and flat sole look the Tobacco has been a firm favorite for adidas casual wear fans since its release.
Originally launched in 1977 as a luxurious professional tennis shoe featuring a revolutionary ventilation system that was developed in conjunction with NASA.
Re-issued with the same technology but a moåre casual look with a preppie check design on the upper of soft cotton canvas with co-ordinated leather overlays, consortium stamped eyelets and a rubberprotected toebox. adidas tre-foil raised detail on sole unit.
Introduced as an elite training shoe in 1976, the Jeans featured a special polyurethane heel wedge maintaining the original saw tooth outsole for maximum traction.
In keeping with the casuals theme this trainer has a jersey underlay with Argyle pattern, co-ordinated suede overlays, contrasting soft leather tri stripe detail, EVA midsole, consortium stamped eyelet and embossed adidas logo on the heel.