adidas Originals Orion

June 17, 2012 BY / 3

RATE THIS
4.50 / 5 (1 VOTES)
RATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THIS 
Loading...Loading...

In 1980, a Canadian humanitarian decided to run across his home country to raise awareness for cancer research.  Fox suffered from a case of osteosarcoma so bad his right leg had to be amputated in 1977, so when you think about these shoes as a historical document of that first coast-to-coast charity run, remember that inside one of them was a ‘fake’ foot.  We use those scare quotes carefully because even if dude’s foot was manmade, his soul reflects the very spirit that makes athletic competition an integral part of the human experience.  The adidas Originals Orion, then, is a tribute not only to Terry Fox’ ‘Marathon of Hope’, but to the determination that makes a man reach back for his brothers even as he struggles forward.  Each of the upcoming colorways are modernized takes on the classic varsity palettes that dominated the original run three-plus decades back, and they’ll arrive at select Three Stripes retailers on June 15th.  via Sneaker Freaker

 eBay Marketplace Logo "Yeezy Boost 750 Light Grey" "adidas orion"
view all 595 items on ebay
disclaimer
Loading...

Filed under: Adidas Running Upcoming Sneakers

Tags:

3 comments
Dixon Syder
Dixon Syder

My most prized Adidas coming back to retail in men's sizing... It is a good day Big Dix

latest posts
Loading...
Load more posts

Get the latest news and releases to your inbox

Popular Posts

657704

The adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged Releases Tomorrow by Zack Schlemmer

657747

Here's What The 2016 USA Men's Basketball Team Will Wear For The Olympics by John Kim

657814

Kanye West and adidas Announce YEEZY Retail Stores, Performance Products, And More by John Kim

657790

Nike Flexes Muscles With "Unlimited" Collection For Rio Olympics by John Kim

657803

Release Dates For Nike's Olympic Footwear Collection by John Kim

Top Categories

  • Select Category

Archives

Sneaker Archive

MENU