Collection: Adidas Montreal '76 Sneakers
The Adidas Montreal ’76 is a truly unique sneaker. Designed for athletes competing in the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, the shoe focused on comfort over performance. Instead of acting as a sport shoe, they were worn as a post-football game trainer by the German team. After trudging up and down the field in restrictive leather football boots, this Adidas shoe was designed to be a welcome break for the players’ feet.
Part of the shoe’s incredible comfort comes from its collapsible heel counter, designed using a flexible rubber surround that extends up and around the heel. This means the heel folds down to turn the shoe into a slip-on, making them easy for players don after an intense football game.
The modern Montreal ’76 sneaker is an exact replica of the original silhouette, including signature details like the rubber foxing tape, perforated toe box and collapsible heel counter. Made in suede and soft leather, the shoe has a slim build and an elaborate midsole, giving it that stand-out look that Adidas do so well.
If you’re looking for a unique silhouette for your sneaker collection, you can’t do better than the Montreal sneaker. Can’t find what you’re looking for right now? We’re constantly updating our product pages with new styles as we find them, so keep checking back. If you’re a total sneaker addict, subscribe to our email updates and be the first to hear about product drops.