• adidas Originals  - Campus 80s Agravic PK Norse
  • adidas Originals  - Campus 80s Agravic PK Norse
  • adidas Originals  - Campus 80s Agravic PK Norse
  • adidas Originals  - Campus 80s Agravic PK Norse
  • adidas Originals  - Campus 80s Agravic PK Norse
  • adidas Originals  - Campus 80s Agravic PK Norse

adidas Originals

Campus 80s Agravic PK Norse

DKK 1,100
(DKK 880 For non-EU shipping destinations)
In stock
The adidas Consortium x Norse Projects Campus 80s PK is constructed using a Primeknit upper with abrasion-resistant welding. Featuring a flexible neoprene tongue with co-branded labels, co-branded insoles, and finished with a classic Campus outsole.

*We recommend sizing up half a size.
  • Size chart
    US EU UK
    4 36 3.5 22.1cm
    4.5 36 2/3 4 22.5cm
    5 37 1/3 4.5 22.9cm
    5.5 38 5 23.3cm
    6 38 2/3 5.5 23.8cm
    6.5 39 1/3 6 24.2cm
    7 40 6.5 24.6cm
    7.5 40 2/3 7 25.0cm
    8 41 1/3 7.5 25.5cm
    8.5 42 8 25.9cm
    9 42 2/3 8.5 26.3cm
    9.5 43 1/3 9 26.7cm
    10 44 9.5 27.1cm
    10.5 44 2/3 10 27.6cm
    11 45 1/3 10.5 28.0cm
    11.5 46 11 28.4cm
    12 46 2/3 11.5 28.8cm
    12.5 47 1/3 12 29.3cm
  • Details & features
    - Primeknit upper with abrasion-resistant welding
    - Flexible neoprene tongue construction
    - Lace loops for enhanced stability and flexibility
    - Co-branded tongue labels
    - Co-branded insoles
    - Classic Campus outsole

    Article ID: BB5068
  • 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

    Returns:

    Return goods within 14 days for
    exchange/refund Click here for further
    details.

    PLEASE NOTE: We reserve the right to charge additional shipping costs for multiple purchases.


  • 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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