How about some retro? Originating from the PUMA Archive back in 1971, its singular yet clean and simple design propelled the Basket Classic into the sneaker Hall Of Fame. The Basket 90680 is a one-to-one reissue of the shoe launched in 1971, made in leather with a suede tongue, vamp and PUMA Formstripe.
A ground-breaking update of the TSUGI Shinsei, the TSUGI Jun features a knitted textile upper and a satin lateral lacing system for the ultimate fit.
The tongue-less, slip-on construction creates a sock-like fit, making it ultra-comfortable to boot.
Built with soft leather inside and out, these men’s Stan Smith shoes have the same clean design lines, low top profile, and sturdy rubber cupsole as the 1970s original. Perforated 3-Stripes on the sides are an understated nod to adidas heritage.
Deerupt is disruptively simple proof that minimalism can be bold.
These lightweight sneakers put an innovative spin on adidas running heritage of the ’80s.
The ultra-flexible mesh upper of these men’s shoes is covered in a layer of stretch grid webbing.
A web-wrapped EVA midsole echoes the geometric look. Inside, zoned cushioning gives a soft, comfortable step-in feel.
Aggressive, eye catching, and never apologetic, Prophere reveals the future one step at a time.
The streets are the stage where its story is told. These men’s shoes are made of knit textile and have nubuck 3-Stripes and an elastic collar for easy entry.
They feature a boldly sculpted midsole made of PU, with sharply angled sidewalls and deep grooves underfoot.
First introduced in the 1950s, Samba shoes still deliver iconic style for today’s streets. Just like the original, these shoes are built in leather with suede overlays and a gum rubber outsole.
The classic contrasting 3-Stripes and heel tab are done in synthetic leather.
This ’80s revival from the adidas archives is inspired by the brash charm of The City That Never Sleeps.
These shoes offer a faithful version of the original design. The lightweight mesh upper is styled with soft nubuck overlays, and the signature web-wrapped midsole stays true to the iconic look.
These men’s shoes launch the next era of streetwear with an unexpected look fueled by a strong adidas identity.
Enhanced by raw edge details and embroidery, they feature a knit upper with small pops of red to create a mélange effect.
The EQT became famous back in the ’90s for its pure performance and the running revolution it inspired.
The EQT Cushion of that era lived up to its name by delivering amazing comfort to runners.
These shoes honour adidas Originals heritage. Lightweight knit with leather and welded overlays gives this throwback style a modern look and natural feel.
The shoes have reflective webbing tape 3-Stripes and signature details inspired by the authentic ’91 Cushion.