The Adidas Superstar is one of Adidas's low top trainers that was originally made for basketball in 1969. Nicknamed the clamtoe, due to the models rubber shell toe piece, the Superstar has been widely regarded as one of the most influential designs to shape the world of sneakers ever. You can catch the Superstar Collection in a range of original colourways online at Stuarts London
First launched in 1969, the Superstar became the first low top basketball shoe to feature an all leather upper and the infamous rubber shelltoe. The model was originally worn by 75% of NBA players including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, due to its non-marking sole, the trainer became a streetwear staple. In the 80's the superstar became of symbol of streetwear with one, Run DMC favouring this sneaker to break from conformity and was featured in the 1984 song "My Adidas" flipping the the stereotype of the urban-wear. Today the Superstar is still a sneaker collection staple with dozens of lines still in production.
This season's Superstar collection is hotter than ever with the infamous silhouette becoming part of the footwear scenery globally. One of the major influences in global sneaker wear, you can catch the Superstar online and in store in white colourways with varying 3 stripe colours from white to Dark Navy. You can check out the full Adidas Originals collection at Stuarts Lodnon by clicking here.