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adidas Reference German Heritage With New Flag-Inspired Tischtennis

adidas Tischtennis FV1200 FV1201 Release Date Info

Originally designed for the feet of the upper echelons of the indoor table tennis world, the adidas Tischtennis is one of the more elusive silhouettes born out of the brand’s three stripe offering.

Characterized by its ultra-breathable mesh construction which constitutes much of the trainers uppers, the silhouette quickly found success rubbing shoulders with a selection of its terrace orientated familiars.

Referencing their German heritage, the sneakers are blanketed in a minimal white contrasted by Red, Black and Yellow flag-inspired accents found to both sides. With the other pair taking on a more saturated mix of Blue, Orange and Yellow, both sneakers sit atop a vintage inspired, slightly concave midsole designed to give players the quick-reflex responsiveness they desired. Boasting added suede overlays to the back and toebox for added durability when worn, they come finished with iconic branded detailing and paddle adorned insole.

More images of the two adidas Tischtennis color options can be seen below which will give you a closer look. For those that want to purchase they are available now at select retailers including Aphrodite.

adidas Tischtennis FV1200 FV1201 Release Date Info
adidas Tischtennis FV1200 FV1201

adidas Tischtennis FV1201 Release Date Info
adidas Tischtennis FV1201

adidas Tischtennis FV1201 Release Date Info

adidas Tischtennis FV1201 Release Date Info

adidas Tischtennis FV1200 Release Date Info

adidas Tischtennis FV1200 Release Date Info

adidas Tischtennis FV1200 Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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