|4.5||36 2/3||4||22.5 cm|
|5||37 1/3||4.5||22.9 cm|
|6||38 2/3||5.5||23.8 cm|
|6.5||39 1/3||6||24.2 cm|
|7.5||40 2/3||7||25 cm|
|8||41 1/3||7.5||25.5 cm|
|9||42 2/3||8.5||26.3 cm|
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|10.5||44 2/3||10||27.6 cm|
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Torsion Edberg Comp
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Torsion Edberg Comp by adidas Consortium. The tennis shoe defined by the great Stefan Edberg is reinvented this season with updated textiles and craftsmanship. The premium white leather upper features bold, colourful overlays and a rounded, perforated toe box. An EVA midsole is supported with adidas' Torsion system and a branded deubre rounds out the details.
Details & features
- Style-No.: EF7756
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, CPH (By Expressen): DKK 60 Same-Day Delivery (Orders before 11AM) Europe: EUR 10 Within 4 working days Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
USA & Canada:
Within 5 working days
Hong Kong, Japan, China and South Korea:
Within 5 working days Rest of the world: USD 30 Within 5 working days
Returns: Return goods within 14 days for exchange/refund. Click here for further details.
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Free worldwide shipping on all orders over €250 / $300 ($100 for Hong Kong, Japan, China and South Korea) / £230 / 1.300 KR.
DK, CPH (By Expressen): If the customer is not present at the delivery time, By Expressen will contact the customer and schedule a new delivery within the next business day. If the customer cannot be contacted, By Expressen will hold the order at their address on Nansensgade 9, 1366 København K.
*We do not offer shipping to Russia
*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.