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Rocking vintage adidas joints will never go wrong, especially with a clean colourway like this one! The adidas Rivalry joins the rest of the 80s basketball lineup as the brand reintroduces old models. This adidas Rivalry Low “Cloud White Victory Blue” rocks a classic colour combination for nostalgic reasons. Adidas looks to move on from their recent partnerships by leaning on their classic models!
Adidas has their fair share of impressive basketball trainers. While they missed out on signing the eventual basketball GOAT that is Michael Jordan, the Three Stripes remain popular. The Rivalry is one of adidas’ 80s basketball shoes, meant to “rival” Nike’s Air Jordan 1.
Adidas unveiled the adidas Rivalry in 1986 as a signature basketball sneaker of New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing. However, Ewing eventually moved on from the brand to sign with a different company. Adidas then decided to change the name of the shoe into Rivalry, first released as a high-top basketball trainer.
The shoe is anything you could expect from 80s basketball: leather upper, perforated toebox, and a stitched rubber cupsole. Adidas three stripes comprise the sides, while trefoil branding adorns the heel and tongue.
The brand eventually released a Low version, much to the delight of avid adidas fans.
This adidas Rivalry Low “Cloud White Victory Blue” features a White leather upper with Victory Blue accents. The clean two-tone colour combo gives off impressive 80s vibes.
You can cop a pair this April 2023 on the official adidas UK website. Expect more adidas Rivalry releases from the Three Stripes as the brand revisits classics.
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