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  • adidas Originals  - ZX 10000 C
  • adidas Originals  - ZX 10000 C
  • adidas Originals  - ZX 10000 C
  • adidas Originals  - ZX 10000 C

adidas Originals

ZX 10000 C

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ZX 10000 C by adidas Originals. These retro-inspired runners features a nylon mesh upper with panelled suede overlays and nylon tape 3-Stripes lacing cage. A snuck sock-like fit amplifies the comfort offers by the EVA midsole, while the Torsion® System provides ample support.
  • Size chart
    Size 3 4 5 6 7
    US 7 8 9 10 11
    EUR 40 41 42 43 44
    JPN 24.5 - 25 25.5 - 26 26.5 - 27 27.5 - 28 28.5 - 29
  • Details & features
    - Style-No.: EE9485
  • Shipping terms
    Delivery times and rates

    DK (Self-Collect): DKK 30 Within 1-2 working days
    DK (Home-Delivery): DKK 50 Within 1-2 working days
    DK (Bike Messenger): DKK 150 Same day (Orders before 12AM)
    Europe: EUR 10 Within 4 working days
    Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
    USA & Canada:
    USD 25
    Within 5 working days
    Hong Kong, Japan, China and South Korea:
    USD 30

    Within 5 working days
    Rest of the world: USD 30 Within 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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