Our latest delivery from Adidas’ comprises a couple of iconic runners from our youth in the form of the ZX380 OG and the re-released Equipment Support Running. These archive favourites were some of the most revered styles of the 80s, combining the technology and iconic styling of the time to perfection.
The ZX380 was first released in 1986, only a year before the EQT, yet the styling is far more retro, similar to the ZX300 and ZX500 in shape, with the iconic mesh and suede uppers that set the ZX series apart. The ZX380 OG is one of the most anticipated releases of the year so far, and for very good reason, not only does this remind us of our school days, but it’s also as good as we remembered, a great example of Adidas running shoe design at it’s finest.
The Equipment Support Running made a welcome re-appearance in it’s original colourway earlier this year, and this updated version perfectly showcases this late 80s favourite. The Torsion system still provides exceptional comfort and the angular modern lines look as fresh now as they did in the year ‘La Bamba’ topped the charts.