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Product Focus: adidas Stan Smith sneakers

20th April 2015 | Posted in Mens by Ryan Gray


As an icon of the ever growing adidas trainer line up, the adidas originals Stan Smith has cemented its position as a legendary sneaker over the past year, following a re- release by the German sports giant that has seen adi lovers everywhere get reacquainted with an old friend.

Originally called the adidas Haillett, this low profile court shoe was endorsed by American tennis star Stan Smith in 1971.

With a straightforward construction, the leather upper leant itself to a crisp white finish- given an adidas spin with three lines of perforation on the sides.

Colour options on the heel and tongue gave the Stan Smith a ping of colour, and, as one of the worlds best selling sneakers, the Stan Smith has earnt itself some serious bragging rights.

Complex Sneakers have ranked the Stan Smith in 4th place in their run down of the greatest tennis sneakers of all time, whilst Short List magazine ranked the trainer in the ten greatest sneakers ever.

With such a clean cut look, the adidas Stan Smith carries a serious prowess- something that is only bolstered by the current sport luxe trend that’s sweeping the high streets.

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With a heritage edge that pins it above and beyond any of its rivals, the Stan Smith has an elegance about it that can work on any outfit.

Whether it’s shorts and shirts by the Riviera, ripped denim and bombers on Southbank or chinos and tie in a Summer sun trap, adidas Stan Smiths are ready to roll with any look.





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