BIDS for limited edition Nightsafe Adidas trainers reached over £551 when they want under the hammer recently.

In 2019, 160 pairs of the green and red ‘Blackburn’ Spezial trainers – colours which represent the red rose of Lancashire – went on sale at a special exhibition in Blackburn.

Iamdeadstock and Nightsafe have teamed up to give fans a second chance to get their hands on one of the 20 remaining pairs of trainers.

The trainers, designed by Nightsafe supporter Gary Aspden from Darwen, feature the charity’s logo on a blue footbed.

Proceeds from the auction will be donated to Nightsafe – a charity which helps vulnerable, homeless youngsters across East Lancashire – and Iamdeadstock organisers are looking at how best to sell the remaining trainers in a range of sizes.

Nightsafe charity CEO Jan Larkin said: “We are very grateful to I AM DEADSTOCK for their support. The donation of the proceeds will help Nightsafe continue the work we do in supporting young homeless people, enabling us to make a real difference in their lives.

“Not only does the donation raise much needed funds but it also raises awareness of the needs of young homeless people.”

Without the help of our supporters, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do.

Thank you to all our #NightsafeHeroes.

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