Around 1963 in the US, adidas stan smith rose gold creates a new kind of sneakers. What is the particular thing about them? They are made especially for tennis players. The mind behind this fantastic invention and his father (Adidas' owner) decided to name these shoes after the professional tennis player Robert Haillet. After, Haillet retired from tennis, they needed to find another representative figure for their shoes. This is when Stan Smith, the mythical nº 1 tennis player became the name and image of the historically famous sneakers (1978).
Belgian designer Raf Simons takes his collaborative adidas' signature adidas ozweego white neon yellow model and dips it in metal in two colorways. Both shoes have a metallic midsole and outsole designed to effectively split the model in half. One has a white mesh and leather upper, while the other has pink on the upper half with subtle silver branding on the tongue. Though it may not seem like it at first, the sneaker is rounded off with a black rubber outsole for traction and comfort.
One might call these adidas continental 80 white a part of the "Refreshment" pack, some just a dope clean sneaker with pink and mint highlight. The full-gain leather low-top sneaker features matte color accents, a pink rubber outsole and soft terry lining.
Expanding on its adidas nite jogger 3m white, this iteration of the shoe arrives in a Light Grey hue with Red contrasting accents. It features a mesh and nylon ripstop upper detailed with suede overlays atop a Boost cushioned midsole.