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Intense Blue/Slime/Intense Green

  1. Kick it up a notch
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Kick it up a notch

Step up your steez in these cool kicks from adi. Based on adidas' classic LA Trainer originally released in 1984, this new version has updated style and technology.

UPPER: Air mesh for maximum breathability. Nonslip lining for comfort.

INSOLE: Adjustable midsole plugs to optimize the level of cushioning for every run.

OUTSOLE: adiWear rubber for durability.

WEIGHT: 8.6 oz.


Inspirados en los clásicos LA Trainer de adidas, lanzados originalmente en 1984, estos nuevos tenis vienen con un estilo y tecnología actualizados. CORTE: Malla para ventilación. Forro que no resbala para mayor comodidad. Suela media ajustable para persona

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