The shoe echoes the classic Stan Smith shape but takes a more minimal approach to the sports brand's trademark triple stripe. These are absent on some of the designs, and on others, turned into a line of single embroidered dots that trace the usual outline.
The trainers are finished with a leather patch on the heel, and a white sole that references the shoe's heritage.
Adidas' Stan Smith shoe was first released in 1963, and originally designed as a tennis trainer. They are named after the world number one player of the time. The sneaker earned itself a place in The Guinness Book of Records in 1988, after selling 22 million pairs.