Adidas Stan Smith Cracked Leather

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Since its original release back in 1971, the Stan Smith has gone on to not only become one of the greatest releases from Adidas, but one of the most iconic silhouettes to ever hit the sneaker scene. The brand continues to introduce premium versions of the classic model too, as they debut the Adidas Stan Smith Cracked Leather for the spring season.

These low top kicks are seen sporting an upper dressed in cracked white leather, while a contrasting green suede heel counter (also available in red and blue) and matching tongue tag branding round out the look up top. Right now the shoes are exclusively available for the ladies, but we’re hoping with some request from us guys, Adidas will add a men’s offering to the lineup. [Purchase]

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