ince the '70s, the adidas Superstar Shoes have had a continuous impact on culture, spanning generations, countries and genres. Today the iconic trainers expand their legacy with a different kind of impact. One that can help shift the direction of our future. Crafted to reduce material waste, the rubber shell-toe shoe steps out to prepare for the future in a way they never have before.
The first Samba was introduced in 1950 as a way to help footballers on frozen pitches, its original design featured the classic three stripes, as... View full product details
The Samba Super from Adidas Originals is one of their most iconic styles made with a navy suede upper with classic 3 white Stripes and... View full product details
This '80s leisurewear look was originally designed to go with denim jeans. With a relaxed low-profile design, these shoes offer the plush feel of supple... View full product details
First introduced for the 1972 Olympic games in Munich the "Super Light" or SL72 was released for athletes looking for a lightweight feel with additional... View full product details