The ongoing size? Exclusive Archive series with adidas Originals has constantly been at the forefront of bringing back some of the greatest shoes in the brand's storied history, and this latest release is no different. The Trimm range takes its name from a German sports initiative introduced by the government in the early 70s to try and get people fit and healthy after the economic boom. Dressed in its OG colour-up, the suede upper is dyed in a vibrant green, accented by yellow leather on the sockliner, heeltab and signature three stripes. A dark brown gum midsole unit sits underfoot, and a gold foil hit on the sidewall calls out the 'Trimm Master' moniker.

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Steeped in nostalgia, these shoes capture the retro style of indoor trainers from the early 1980s. Built with a smooth leather upper, they feature a swooping two-tone stripe. The distinctive split cupsole is made of gum rubber for an authentic heritage look and a soft responsive feel.

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A modern hybrid inspired by retro running and football styles, these shoes feature the nylon-and-suede upper of the '70s Country running design. The midsole comes from the Kamanda, a modern shoe with a design that riffs off the Samba's iconic tread pattern. The breathable trainers have a soft and lightweight feel.

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These suede and leather shoes revive an '80s design that inspired the NMD R1's unique midsole plugs. Originally made for running on asphalt, the Rising Star featured removable midsole plugs to let runners adjust their cushioning level. Boost cushioning offers energy return in every stride.

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The original Boston Super were marathon trainers that first took flight in the mid-'80s on the world-famous route that runs from Hopkinton to Back Bay. These shoes bring back the retro mesh-and-suede design and add modern cushioning. Lightweight and breathable, they offer energy return in every stride.

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