adidas Originals is digging back in the vault again for March and we're happy that they made the effort. On the tennis front, the world isn't prepared for what they're holding. We don't know if Lendl and Edberg are signed up any more, but their signature shoes caused us just as much mania as Michael Jordan's shoes in the 1980s. And the apparel? Unbelievable. We know those stories were touched upon in the early '00s and recent archive clothing drops brought back some of those designs too, but the Lendl Advantage and Supreme are personal favourites. The adidas Tennis Court Top sits in that same world of late 1980s adi design language and it's a fantastic shoe. Usually we're against the premature ageing of a retro release, but the darker parts of the teched out Forest Hills-esque EVA sole on this 1988 clay court design is so weird that it works. The ridged rear of the sole kind of matches the Edgberg-style ribbed stripes and the green and red on the outsole are at odds with the sensible colours on the upper, in a good way. With an insanely lightweight feel, we hope this is just the start of a full rollout of what's gathering dust in those fabled facilities over at Herzo. These arrive in the Crooked Tongues store next month.