Originally designed for the Munich Olympic Games and traditionally on the podium. The Adidas SL-72 became a stand-alone shoe. Adidas's iconic Soles & Stripes celebrates 60 years of brand and terrain dominance.
The original Adidas Sl72 is made of breathable nylon weave, but the most typical features of the shoes are the towing tread. The lightweight design therefore wears the Adidas SL72 (Super Light).
Originated as the original running / running shoes and launched some of the lesser-colored colors, unlike its predecessor sl73, in light colors, such as orange and yellow
The 80's fashion consciousness was increasingly recognized by Adidas's iconic shoe, for example, the collection of Adidas Sl72 grew and grew.
The Adidas SL72 has always been made of nylon fabric and blend made of mixed velvet to create a really light running shoe. Many of the most popular shoes of the day are made in somewhat understated colors such as blues and browns. These Adidas SL72s were primarily seen at the 1972 Olympic Games, and many of them gained cult gains.
Adidas has recently launched Star Wars inspired original dresses, coats, and trainers. The first collection was inspired by the protagonists of the saga, and the "Vehicle" package focused on a mixture of rebel and Galactic Empire troops, now the collection continues with Han Solo inspired SL72s.
The Han Solo SL72 black silver top that was inspired by the moment that Han was frozen in carbon, beautifully depicted in the language printed on it. Other Star Wars are details of the Han Solo, such as the red side of his trousers, stitched at the back of his pants, and he has become immortal on his side, instead of "HAN SOLO 77", the usual logo engraving.
These classic coaches have always been highly respected among casual groups and have encountered many other football terraces in the country as well as with other classics such as Adidas Trimm Trabbs, Adidas Forrest Hills and Adidas Gazelles.