If there ever was a shoe worthy of a revitalization by the adidas Originals staff, it would be the Centaur. Sleek, simple, and lightweight, the Centaur played a key part in helping adidas form a strong bond with the running community upon its release in 1984, especially among diehard distance types who favored performance and its no-frills design. Today, just as it was almost 30 years ago, the Centaur is packed with minimal padding to give it a lower overall weight and keep the air flowing through one of its two original colorways, red/black and navy/white. Finished with minimal accents on its highly supportive sole, adidas will undoubtedly be on the winning side of this bet to reissue this silhouette for the first time, both with nostalgic runners and with sneakerheads alike. As a part of their on-going partnership with adidas, UK-based sneaker shop size? will have an exclusive on this model, which is currently available in-stores and online for £70.00.