The adidas Originals Archive Dublin size? Exclusive trainer revives the City Series legacy for 2017.
The adidas Dublin was first released in 1976 at a time when casual culture was sweeping the nation and a new found love for all things 3 stripes began. Released as part of the City Series which looked to the major cities of Europe from Amsterdam to Munich, the Dublin dropped in an era where training shoes and sportswear were king. Like the majority of trainers dropped from the original City Series, each name carries its own 3 stripes nostalgia and have become some of the most collectable adidas of all time. The Dublin was re-released in 2001 and then a limited release in 2008 thanks to size? with resale values fetching up to £500. 2017 now sees the Dublin re-emerge from the adidas archive for a special size? Exclusive release.
The adidas Dublin is back in OG format with its signature royal blue uppers, contrasting orange 3 stripes and the trademark gum sole unit. The original suede tongue has been updated for better wearability with all the original detailing staying true to the original 76′ release.
The adidas Originals Archive Dublin size? Exclusive will be available exclusively from size.co.uk and their flagship stores this coming Friday 17th November 2017. In other 3 stripes news you can also check out the re-release of the adidas Koln also from the original City Series.