The adidas Bamba, often seen as the poor relation to the Samba, was released in the mid ’70s, followed closely by the Mamba.
Originally seen mostly in playgrounds across the land, and in the UK certainly, the Bamba and its siblings were one of the most popular training shoes worn on the youth of the day. With its hard wearing ability as a football training shoe, it was perfectly suited to the everyday hardship a youngster could throw at it, and it was also a common sight on the cold, concrete football terraces of the day.
adidas Bamba at Transalpino
Some leather cracking on right shoe on heel unit.
Please note: All used footwear is sold as seen.