ADIDAS SUPERSTAR 80S SHOES W BY9075
Adidas sneakers, created in 1969, were the first version of low basketball shoes in history! Their characteristic feature was entirely rubber" socks " in the front part of the shoe - the so-called shell toe. From the beginning, they were loved by both basketball players and street culture. adidas superstar became a pop culture icon through the Legend of rap - Run DMC and their hit "My Adidas"! JMJ and the company loved superstars to such an extent that they dedicated their piece to them. During one of the tours in the early 80-ies behind the scenes appeared managers of the company from under the sign of three stripes. What was their amazement when, during the performance of this particular song, at the request of the group, the fans raised several thousand "snow-white shells" in their hands! The next steps did not have to wait long - Adidas offered RUN DMC a contract worth $ 1 million-the first such high mariage of the world of sports and music! Fans of the Superstar model and RUN DMC team have waited for several special editions dedicated to them! Superstars also had a special, exclusive edition of "made in France", made of high quality materials in France! Their trademark was an unusual gold logo on a black background located on the tongue! In 1990, adidas followed suit by releasing the Superstar II, which was designed for skateboarders. It was characterized by a thicker tongue and a boot collar in the ankle area. The phenomenal design of the adidas Originals superstar has ensured that over the years the original form has been retained and only improvements have been made to improve comfort. As befits such a classic, original details were not forgotten, such as the distinctive three stripes, the legendary rubber toe cover in the shape of a shell or the FIR sole. These women's sneakers have a simple, elegant Upper, made of natural leather. Together with the sole, it creates a tonal whole. Perforations in the side panels are responsible for proper ventilation. Inside there is a textile lining, a clasp and tongue made of synthetic leather and a removable OrthoLite®insert. The whole thing was mounted on a rubber, adhesive sole. Don't even joke about not having them yet!