History of Trainers – Part One

March 9, 2018 | By 346@dmin | Filed in: Uncategorized.

In our four main series, we are looking at the world history of coaches from 1917 to 1972. This period is among the first instructors, including Stan Smith, Adidas and Pro-Keds Royal Plus.

1917 – Converse All Star

Started in 1917 and honored for world-famous basketball in 1923, Chuck Taylor was named, shoes were popular in the music world, and Snoop Dogg and orchestras including Ramones and Strokes. The shoe was also featured in the movie "I, Robot", starring Will Smith. The trainer's classic status, history and style mean that he will be around for many years.

1964 – Adidas Stan Smith

Quality design and is still popular all over the world since the first full-leather tennis boot. The shoes have been rediscovered in many colors over the years, but this is a classic white model that combines retro and athletic fashions. These trainers are all dressed in.

1968 – Puma Suede

The basic design of these trainers, coupled with a wide range of colors, is one of the most popular shoes in the world. In the 1990s they were thinking about the rebirth of these Puma classics, which is practically anything else to wear and still looks good.

1969 – Adidas Superstar

This was the first low top basketball shoe known as a "shell toe" to protect the toes of the players. One of the favorites of the hip-hop scene with its thick fit and style, Run-DMC released "My Adidas" for recognition of the shoes. The trainer, worn by Kareem Abdul Jabbar's basketball legend when released, can be worn today, including in every American prison.

1971 – Pro-Keds Royal Plus

Available in high or low top form, these trainers are easily recognizable in their red and dark blue stripes. It was developed for the basketball court, these Keds were worn by Kansas City Kings Nate Archibald.

1972 – Adidas SL 72

Set to "SL" on Super Light, these coaches were designed in Munich for the 1972 Olympics and were incredibly lightweight, featuring built-in corner counters,

This is the first installment, next time we look at the period up to 1987, which includes the birth of the mighty Jordan.

Source by Alex R.

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