Who should buy the Adidas Flashback Mid

This mid-top Adidas Flashback Mid could be a great match for you if:

  • You are into a mid-top sneaker that is made of quality materials at a reasonable price.
  • You are looking for a pair that can both be worn with casual outfits at the same time can be worn while doing sports.

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Style of the Adidas Flashback Mid

The Flashback Mid is easy to style. This retro shoe can be paired with hiking pants, leggings, joggers or shorts. Match it with ripped jeans or leggings and an oversized sweater, or you can use tight jeans and a mid-rib top.

Adidas Flashback Mid Shoe toebox

Notable Features

The Adidas Flashback Mid bears the classic lines of the retro sneaker, the Dragon, but with a more contemporary look due to the lace construction. The waterproof finish adds a more noteworthy feature to the shoe.

+Adidas Flashback Mid Shoe midsole

History of the Adidas Flashback Mid

Adidas Flashback Mid insole

The Flashback Mid dropped in the latter half of 2017. It was a makeover of the model, the Flashback, in anticipation of the Northern Hemisphere’s winter. This iteration takes many of the details of the vintage classic such as the sawtooth outsole pattern and wedge midsole while introducing new weather-resistant materials into the shoe’s make.

Adidas Flashback Mid outsole

The Flashback Mid also featured a new mid-height collar and did away with the Flashback’s toe overlay.

Adidas Flashback Mid mouth

Facts / Specs

Base model: Adidas Flashback
Top: Mid
Inspired from: Running
Colorways: Green / White / Beige / Black / Grey
Special editions: 1 special edition
SKUs: BY9638 / BY9640 / BY9641 / BY9642 / CG3772

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.