• adidas Originals  - CC 1 Shoe Gallery
  • adidas Originals  - CC 1 Shoe Gallery
  • adidas Originals  - CC 1 Shoe Gallery
  • adidas Originals  - CC 1 Shoe Gallery

adidas Originals

CC 1 Shoe Gallery

USD$ 131
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adidas Consortium x Shoe Gallery Climacool 1. Shoe Gallery has a design concept which works on two levels. The retailer has teamed up with DroneNerds and Miami-based Grammy Nominee producer Cool on this model. The execution is a playful nod towards unmanned flying vehicles with stealthy black bodies accented by the shimmer of their propellers.
  • Size chart
    US EU UK CM
    5 37 1/3 4,5 23
    6 38 2/3 5,5 24
    6,5 39 1/3 6 24,5
    7 40 6,5 25
    7,5 40 2/3 7 25,5
    8 41 1/3 7,5 26
    8,5 42 8 26,5
    9 42 2/3 8,5 27
    9,5 43 1/3 9 27,5
    10 44 9,5 28
    10,5 44 2/3 10 28,5
    11 45 1/3 10,5 29
    11,5 46 11 29,5
    12 46 2/3 11,5 30
  • Details & features
    All black open mesh textile upper with underlying adidas XENO film
    Climacool® 360-degree cooling technology
    Leather accents at tongue and heel
    Co-branded Consortium insoles
    Co-branded tongue labels
    TPU toe cap and mid foot cage
    Molded EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
    All black ADIPRENE® outsole with red accents at forefoot and heel Slim cotton laces
  • Shipping terms

    Delivery times and rates
    Denmark:DKK 70 Within 2 working days
    Europe:EUR 10Within 4 working days
    USA & Canada: USD 25Within 5 working days
    Rest of the world (Asia,Australia):USD 30/ EUR 20Within 5 working days
    Russia:EUR 30/ USD 38Within 5 working days

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  • About the brand
    The origins of adidas were laid in 1924 by German brothers Adolf and Rudolph Dassler under the name of Dassler Shoes. By equipping Olympic athletes with their shoes, Dassler became a popular choice of footwear amongst athletes.

    In 1948 Rudolph left the partnership and Adolf renamed the company adidas and invented the three stripes. Originally designed for support, these stripes soon became an undeniable part of the Adidas identity.
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