Verdict from 30 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Adidas Stadt is available in vibrant, fabulous colorways that have mesmerized most of the customers. 
  • Many purchasers have applauded the shoe’s beautiful silhouette. 
  • This shoe by Adidas Originals has a suede upper that possesses a good quality, according to several purchasers. 
  •  Plenty of testers say that the low-top Adidas Stadt sneaker is very comfortable. 
  • This kind of Adidas shoes makes an excellent addition to a collection of kicks, as per some reviewers.
  • The low-top Adidas Stadt provides excellent value for their money. 
  • Most of the reviewers have shared that they highly recommended the shoe to others.

1 reason not to buy

  • The low-top Adidas Stadt is available only in limited colorways.

Bottom line

With a retro-inspired silhouette, the Adidas Stadt can be an excellent addition to a collection of kicks. It is available in amazing and vibrant colorways.

With a low-profile silhouette, it has a stylish design that pays homage to soccer fans globally. It also offers excellent quality and comfort. A combination of comfort, style, and quality is yours to have at a price that gives excellent value for money.

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Good to know

The Adidas Stadt trainers are available in men’s and women’s sizes. It has a low-top profile that permits better ankle mobility compared to high- and mid-top shoes. The shoe’s lacing system allows a secure lockdown and custom fit.

This low-top sneaker has a suede upper that provides sufficient foot breathability. Its EVA footbed delivers cushioning comfort and impact protection.

The low-top Adidas Stadt is a new shoe with an elegant suede upper like the iconic Adidas Gazelle. It has a design that pays homage to the soccer fans of generations. Some of the colorways are active teal/ flash orange/ gold metallic and scarlet/ glow green/ gold metallic. 

This kind of Adidas trainers has a versatile and stylish silhouette that can complement several casual outfits. It can work well joggers and track pants, giving an elegant look with a sporty vibe. Also, it can perfectly match denim jeans, khaki pants, shorts, and miniskirts, among other casual outfits.

Paying homage to the soccer fans, the Adidas Stadt carries a fashion-forward silhouette that fuses a modern look and nostalgic vibe. It features vibrant and elegant colorways that can quickly catch the eye and easily turn heads around. 

Adolf Dassler founded Adidas in August of 1949. The brand name is the portmanteau of Dassler’s name. He established the company after he had a fall off with his brother Rudolf Dassler who also eventually founded Puma. 

For many years, Adidas has been producing and releasing a variety of shoes that can meet the comfort and fashion needs of men and women of generations. It offers comfort, fashionable, and functional shoes intended for skate, training, hiking, soccers, and even lifestyle wear. Among the trainers that the brand launched was the low-top Adidas Stadt. 

Released on August 24, 2019, the Adidas Stadt is a low-profile and soccer-inspired shoe that is named after the German word for city. This type of trainers sports vivid and fantastic color combinations. 

This lace-up shoe is unisex in style. It sports a beautiful suede upper that delivers style and comfort. With a sleek silhouette, it takes heavy influences from Adidas Trimm Star and Tobacco. It is evident on the eye stay, toe cap, heel tab, eyestay, and a gold-toned foil stamp at the lateral side panel. Also, it has a clean tonal stitching and rounded lines throughout the upper. 

  • The low-top Adidas Stadt has a leather lining for a next-to-skin feel.
  • It has a gum rubber outsole for a superior grip.
  • The shoe sports the iconic Three Stripes in a traditional zigzag cut.


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