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The 'HOME OF CLASSICS' by adidas was launched in Paris. Around 1000 people from all over Europe were present, including FRESHCOTTON. You can read the report here. The collection consists of the most iconic shoes from adidas.

The adidas Supercourt has a classic tennis style and is made of smooth leather. A shoe with a modern look and a classic rubber cupsole that is made of tennis white. The release of the shoe is on the 1st of June and can be ordered here at FRESHCOTTON.

The adidas Supercourt RX has a modern take on the tennis style. They are made of leather in different shades of white, and stand out with wavy lines and a split sole with high, customized sole edges. The release of the shoe is on the 21st of June and can be ordered here at FRESHCOTTON.

The adidas Continental 80 shoe has an authentic 80s style. This sneaker is an authentic reissue of the adidas Continental indoor sport shoe from the late 80s. Made of soft leather, with a striking split cupsole. The release of the shoe is on the 1st of June and can be ordered here at FRESHCOTTON.

The adidas A.R. Trainer shoe is based on an all-round tennis sneaker from 1988. The shoe was developed for playing on grass, gravel and cement. The shoe gives a historical look a new fresh twist. It has a smooth leather upper and visible, wedge-shaped EVA cushioning. The release of the shoe is on the 1st of June and can be ordered here at FRESHCOTTON.

The adidas Rivalry Low shoe is inspired by the basketball style with a clean, minimalistic design. This style ruled the basketball courts in the mid-80s and returns with a new look for the street. This shoe shines with a solid leather upper that feels soft and comfortable. Stitched 3-Stripes and Trefoil logos give it an authentic adidas Originals style. The release of the shoe is on the 1st of June and can be ordered here at FRESHCOTTON.

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