Adidas Originals Superstar Boost

Feb 14, 2017

Category: Style

Originally released as a basketball sneaker, Adidas Superstars are undeniably one of the most iconic shoes ever made. In fact, these combination leather upper and rubber shell toe sneakers are still amongst the most coveted in the world thanks to their popularity with athletes, hip hop artists, and fashion icons. And now these famous shoes are getting the Boost treatment.

Apart from a small cutout on the inner arch that displays the new tech, these sneakers retain their classic visage. In fact, other than the Boost cushioning in the sole, they are practically unchanged. What that means is, with each pair, the styling remains the same, but the comfort level and wearability gets a major bump up. This new version – which could easily be worn every single day – comes in both white with black stripes and black with white stripes and will run you $120 a pair. [Purchase]

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