SIVASDESCALZO, the Spanish retailer specialized in sneakers and streetwear that in recent years has redefined urban fashion in Spain, has now revived the optimism and openness of the 1982 World Cup by creating, in partnership with adidas Consortium, a limited-edition release of the new Sobakov Boost .

The Rom was originally released in 1960, in sync with the summer games taking place in Rome. Soon after, the low-profile style was embraced by football fans across Europe. This reissue brings back the vintage design in supple leather. The suede T-toe, wedge-shape midsole and soft gum rubber outsole all stay true to the original look.

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Adidas founder Adi Dassler designed the first Samba to give footballers sure-footed support on icy turf. Athletes then took the low-profile trainer to the streets, and a footwear icon was born. These shoes show off the original 1950 design with a full grain leather upper that's soft and supple. For a premium look and feel, the trainers feature flat panel stitch-and-turn construction and decorative stitches on the toe and 3-Stripes.

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The Rom was originally released in 1960, in sync with the summer games taking place in Rome. Soon after, the low-profile style was embraced by football fans across Europe. This reissue brings back the vintage design in supple leather. The suede T-toe, wedge-shape midsole and soft gum rubber outsole all stay true to the original look.

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A silhouette that often finds itself showcased in the terraces across the UK, this latest Trimm Trab release is a fitting tribute to football rivalries. Nodding to one of the longest-running derbies in the UK's top-flight, the timeless pair's smooth nubuck uppers are wrapped in 'Active Blue' hues, offset by serrated white leather three stripes. A set of coordinates decorate the silhouette's inside collar, marking the centre spot of Stanley Park: an area of Liverpool that has a long-running history with both the cities Red and Blue clubs, with each team's stadiums within a stone's throw to the other.

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Adidas founder Adi Dassler designed the first Samba to give footballers sure-footed support on icy turf. Athletes then took the low-profile trainer to the streets, and a footwear icon was born. These shoes show off the original 1950 design with a full grain leather upper that's soft and supple. For a premium look and feel, the trainers feature flat panel stitch-and-turn construction and decorative stitches on the toe and 3-Stripes.

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A silhouette that often finds itself showcased in the terraces across the UK, this latest Trimm Trab release is a fitting tribute to football rivalries. Nodding to one of the longest-running derbies in the UK's top-flight, the timeless pair's smooth nubuck uppers are wrapped in 'Active Red' hues, offset by serrated white leather three stripes. A set of coordinates decorate the silhouette's inside collar, marking the centre spot of Stanley Park: an area of Liverpool that has a long-running history with both the cities Red and Blue clubs, with each team's stadiums within a stone's throw to the other.

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