words // Brandon Richard
The Samba from adidas Originals is a model that dates back all the way to 1950, when it was introduced as the first football training shoe developed for frozen pitches. It went on to become the preferred indoor football shoe and has since become one of the top casual offerings on the market. At more than 35 million pairs sold, the Samba is the second highest selling adidas shoe. Now, a new colorway of the classic has been made available exclusively for women.
This women’s Samba takes on a pinkish Sharp Red leather base with tonal suede detailing wrapped around the toebox. White works the tongue badge, inner liner and Samba notation on the side panel, while metallic pink leather appears on the 3-Stripes and heel tab. Supporting the look below is a gum rubber die-cut EVA midsole and outsole. These women’s adidas Originals shoes are available now at Eastbay.