Awful times for the vast majority of us so for no other reason than we want to, let’s add a little sparkle to somebody’s lock down with an Iamdeadstock adidas Giveaway – Iamdeadstock are giving you the chance to bag this fine and authoritative adidas tome “From Past to Present, A Timeline of the 3 Stripes“
Co-authored by Neil Selvey (author/researcher), Dean Jacobs (art director) and Eddie Chang (project Manager), it informs the reader from an adidas enthusiasts perspective and charts the rise and rise of adidas from a mid-sized German business begun by Adi Dassler 70 years ago to the sporting worldwide leviathan it is today.
Some numbers then … 10 years in the making, 368 pages, 1200+ shoes, contributions from over 60 collectors, 2.2KG in weight!
Ordered chronologically, the book is organised broadly into the decades a trainer was released in and alongside high quality images, a short narrative details shoe construction, history and any design links to prior models.
It’s a rip-roaring read and hats off to the authors Neil, Dean and Eddie for helping to plug some of the gaps in this particular adidas collector’s knowledge base.
Entry is via our our Iamdeadstock social channels, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook – so if you enter on all three, you have 3 times the chance of winning.
We’ll pick the winner this coming Wednesday 15th April at 10pm so get your skates (or rather, sneakers!) on.
Iamdeadstock adidas Giveaway – How to take part
Three dead easy ways to enter :
- Enter via Twitter and Follow us, RT and Like the post
- Enter via Instagram and Follow us and Tag 2 of your pals in the post
- Enter via Facebook and Follow us and Share the post
Good luck y’all 🤞 and please take care of yourselves, your loved ones, your friends and your neighbours (especially look out for the older folk).
BTW, you can still purchase this wonderful book on-line HERE – we’ve been told that limited copies remain so don’t tell us you haven’t been told!
We like free stuff – you ever won anything?, let us know what in the comments below – We’d love to hear 🙂