LEGO’s Adidas trainer is on sale now for almost £30 off I 10282

LEGO has teamed up with iconic shoe company Adidas for an amazing new set.

Right now, online retailer Zavvi is offering the LEGO adidas Originals Superstar set for adults from £27 to just £52.99 for a limited time. Place your order by clicking here.

The Originals Superstar’s trademark black and white design was first produced in 1969, and subsequently one of the most popular coach designs of all time.

These shell shoes have been worn almost endlessly in sports and entertainment over the decades, most notably by basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the court and rappers Run-DMC on stage.


LEGO adidas Originals Superstar set for adults

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This LEGO version is great for adult builders, though kids can certainly join in the fun with supervision. In all, the LEGO adidas Originals Superstar set for adults has 731 pieces.

Builders will not only build one of the famous “clam toe” sneakers, but also the instantly recognizable blue and white striped Adidas shoebox.

The set comes complete with a shoe rack and plaque with historical information, making it absolutely perfect for display by adult collectors.

For the many fans of LEGO specs, the Originals Superstar set for adults measures 12cm in height when fully built, as well as 27cm in width and 9cm in length.

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There are also interactivity options that will allow the builder to choose whether they want to build a shoe for the right foot or the left foot.

To make the Adidas experience even more authentic, LEGO has also included shoe laces so you can have your Originals Superstar trainer fully laced up – with an added puffy, branded tongue!

What are you waiting for? Do it! (Oops, that’s another training company’s tagline. You know what we meant!)

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