Limited Run Of Colnago-Branded Adidas Trainers Launched

The Trimm Star features a recycled rubber sole

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar Adidas and UK high-street retailer, Size?, have teamed up to offer a limited run of trainers inspired by legendary Italian bike manufacturer, Colnago. The shoes include all sorts of novel nods towards Colnago’s heritage. A particular highlight is the sole of the Trimm Star — a lightweight track-training-style shoe — which is made from recycled rubber that is intended to imitate the look of a tan wall tyre . The other shoe, the Kamanda, has an altogether different and far more modern — and rather divisive — design that is said to be “inspired by football fans’ favourite styles of the 80’s”. The marshmallow-like sole of the Kamanda is translucent and shows off a carbon-like effect beneath that is said to reflect the chosen construction method of Colnago’s modern bikes. Does Adidas make cycling shoes? You can read more at Cyclingnews.com

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