Update: Available now at Berlin's Overkill.
Back in the 80s, Adidas introduced the world to its Anti-Pronation and Shock (APS) absorption system. These shoes came with a key for a key hole at the back of the heel, which could change the firmness of the midsole to meet the runner's needs, depending on the type of surface they ran on. To pay homage to this historic shoe, the brand with the Three Stripes has brought back this classic silhouette, in the ultra clean looking retro, red, white and blue colour scheme. Many will be happy to know that adidas have left that funky APS tech intact, so you can get a feel of that 80s vibe. If you're looking to add some nostalgia into your collection, you can pick up your pair from retailers like Oneness. There is word of the red, blue and black colourway hitting the scene soon, so make sure to keep an eye on SF as we bring you the latest.
– Originally posted on April 17 2014.