The fourth instalment of our adidas Originals Hub

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No need to worry, we aren’t slowing down on adidas Originals Hub instalments this year – the fourth one has just landed on the size?launches app – so dig in. The last instalment saw the unveiling of the years 2014 and 2015 of our adidas Originals Archive, while you can check out the stories behind the adidas EQTs and the adidas Originals BC Trainer ‘Seaside Series’ – ?exclusive pack. Additionally, you got to see in-depth write-up on the three Trimm Trabs from ‘The Lost Ones’ pack, and there’s plenty more Jakarta tales to come.

First off, the all-new instalment chronicles the years 2016 and 2017, bringing back a selection of classics from our archive. From the Sevilla-inspired Albrecht Mid double pack of 2016 to the city-themed Amsterdam GTX and ‘London to Manchester’ Pack from 2017, these shoes remain timeless in our adidas Originals Archive.

Continuing our ‘The Stories’ page, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at one of the most sought-after trainers today – The adidas Originals Samba. A real grail of the sneaker world, the Samba’s effortless minimal charm has seen it evolve into one of the most talked about trainers of the past two years. One of our absolute favourite silhouettes, we delve into its origins and try to pick apart its rise over the decades.

We’ve also got another very special addition of our size?collections featuring on the app, with another insight into our trip to Jakarta. For this special collection, we got the privilege to see Harry Novianto’s vast selection of adidas Originals. This collection is packed to the brim with absolute classics, there’s everything from the adidas Originals Amsterdam, Plimsalao, Tobacco, OG Stan Smiths, Javas and loads more – you’ll just have to see for yourself.

Follow the links below to join the app, and be sure to look at our blog for plenty more content!

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