We have an extensive range of Adidas sneakers, slides, and collectables for you to shop at The Dough Store. All of the deadstock favourites that you may have missed out on are here for resale. If you have been looking for a second chance at getting your grails for a price that won’t break the bank, this is it. All of our items are deadstock and guaranteed authentic by our sneaker specialists.
What are the best Adidas Sneakers
Adidas has been a staple in streetwear since the 1980s, thanks to promotion from hip-hop supergroup Run DMC. Since then, they have stayed relevant and continued collaborations with music industry giants, popular sports figures, and other celebrities. Some of the best silhouettes Adidas has designed in recent years that are constantly selling out are the likes of Kanye West’s Yeezy brand, Pharrell Williams’ Human Race sneakers, and Adidas’ in-house Ultra Boost and NMD sneakers.
These shoes are regularly sold out and resold for up to 500% markups by individual resellers. But you can get all these sneakers and more here at The Dough Store for an unbeatable price that you are unlikely to find anywhere else.
Where to buy Adidas NMD?
If you’re looking to buy Adidas NMD sneakers in Australia, then you can’t go wrong with The Dough Store. Only here can you get a second chance at grabbing the coveted styles you may have missed out on. And with our authenticity guarantee, you can rest assured knowing you have an official Adidas product and aren’t being swindled into buying a knockoff.
How much do Adidas shoes cost?
The cost of Adidas shoes varies greatly due to several factors. These factors include whether or not the shoe is a general release (GR) or a limited release, if you are buying at a retail or resale price, and if the item is deadstock (brand new, never worn, and with original tags and packaging) or second-hand (used).
There are also sales and outlets that will sell discounted Adidas shoes, but these aren’t typically the in-demand sneakers that we sell at The Dough Store. You should expect to spend anywhere from $300 - $600 on authentic Adidas shoes. The more in-demand the style, the more you should be prepared to spend.
Do Adidas shoes fit true to size?
Most people will generally tell you to go a half size up in Adidas sneakers. But every model is slightly different, so the best option is to look up the Adidas size guide for that particular model and go from there.
Many Adidas shoes are made using a material called Primeknit, which is extremely flexible and allows for considerable stretching if a shoe is initially quite tight. This makes size selection easier.
How to wash Adidas sneakers
Many Adidas sneakers can be washed in your washing machine. These include shoes made of canvas, pleather, plastic, rubber, and Primeknit. But be sure to remove the shoelaces before starting your wash cycle, as grime can get trapped in them. They should be washed with a liquid detergent and then air-dried. Read less