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adidas Originals Decade Mid Leather

January 14, 2012 BY / 2

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The Forum got a nice boost toward the end of last yearthanks to two high profile collaborative releases, and now that we’re firmly into 2012, how about a new release from the model that immediately followed that 1984 classic’s debut.  The adidas Originals Decade OG Mid wasn’t authored by a special guest designer, but they manage to keep the premium vibe going thanks to a luxurious brown leather upper that looks quite nice next to white accents along with a darker shade of brown on the bottom.  These are the kind of sneakers you might be able to pass off as a more traditional casual shoe even without hybrid influence, and they’re waiting to be the anchor of your wintertime sneaker rotation at Three Stripes stockists like SneakersNStuff.

 

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These r beautiful on my radar

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