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cant find the original trainers thread so im gonna have to start another one here - sorry.

anyone know where I can get white adidas samba (blue stripes, large tongue)?

jd sports had them but no longer have them in my size in their shops or online. adidas online don't sell them either.

product code is 134536.

they are the same as the black and white sambas but obviously in white.

I know some of you on here like your trainers so im hoping someone can help.

cheers

lee

 

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I've had a pair of these for about 10 years. re-new every 2 years or so. Essential part of any fellas trainer selection. 

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yes stig you're right.

same here.

still got two pairs of the black ones but saw the white ones and just needed them!

pity I cant get them anywhere!!!!

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There's an Adidas trainer exhibition on in Manchester for the next week, seemingly some lads (including Ian Brown) went to a warehouse in Argentina were loads of vintage 70s traniers were gathering dust & brought back as many as they could...

 

http://solecollector.com/news/a-look-inside-the-adidas-spezial-exhibit-in-manchester/

 

I think I would have some sort of accident if I went along, totally addicted to vintage adidas trainers.

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jesus wept.

need, need, need, got, need, need, need, need, got, need, need, need

 

just got myself a nice pair of adidas world cup 66 seeing as I couldn't get the white sambas anywhere.

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I've had a pair of these for about 10 years. re-new every 2 years or so. Essential part of any fellas trainer selection. 

All time classics them. 

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