You're going to want to keep the box these adidas Originals Dropsteps come in. In fact, if you ever want them to stay "box fresh" (which you will), you're going to have to rethink your route to... well, everywhere.
Channelling the roots of its attacking basketball silhouette, the latest Dropstep is anything but a retro throwback to the days of canvas and rubber. A pristine leather upper overlaps a similarly unblemished perforated heel section, while thick rope lacing compliments the overall fat-cushioned appearance of the court shoe. A white vulcanized outsole rounds off the look.
If you want our advice on how to look after the Dropstep, we'd suggest avoiding all large open fields, animals, children, hot drinks, foods with sauces and any scenarios that might present long stays in outdoor conditions. You can pick up a pair for around £75 from Titolo.