The iconic, minimalist tennis shoe with three perforated stripes on a clean leather upper was originally launched by adidas in 1965 and named Stan Smith in 1971, after the American tennis player and world number one. The shoe is built with a soft and pliable full-grain leather on a tonal rubber cup sole. Black heel patch.
One of the most iconic sportswear labels and always on top of their athletic game, Adidas has created cult classics, redefined street-style and embraced fashion with its numerous designer collaborations from Alexander Wang to Opening Ceremony. A constant character in editorials, as seen in Stylist, Grazia and Marie Claire.