Verdict from 8 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • A significant number of customers find the design of the Adidas Superstan as impressive and pretty-looking. 
  • It is one of the Adidas shoes that are comfortable on feet, according to several wearers. 
  • A couple of reviewers have noted that it is a quality sneaker. 
  • The low-top Adidas Superstan is available in beautiful colorways that are appreciated by some of the purchasers.
  • Many shoe owners are impressed by the concept of fusing the two iconic silhouettes. 
  • It is a versatile sneaker that is perfect for everyday wear, according to a few.          
  • Several buyers are happy that this sneaker by Adidas Originals is available at a reasonable price. 
  • The Adidas Superstan is a recommended shoe by most of the reviewers.

1 reason not to buy

  • One has complained that the leather upper is very stiff. 

Bottom line

Adidas released an excellent throwback that can definitely excite the fans of Adidas Superstar and Adidas Stan Smith. With a good concept of design, this kick has a clean yet eye-appealing design that can complete a variety of casual and smart outfits.  

This retro sneaker also offers the right level of comfort to go with its trendy look. It can be an excellent addition to a rotation of kicks without the need of spending too much.

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Good to know

The Adidas Superstan is available in men’s and women’s sizing. It has a low-cut ankle collar that permits sufficient ankle mobility. For a secure fit, a lacing system is installed.

The upper is made of premium leather material with perforations on the sides for sufficient foot breathability. It has a padded insole that gives cushioning comfort. Also, it has a cushioned tongue and ankle collar for added support and comfort.

The low-top Superstan by Adidas Originals is a fusion of the two iconic silhouettes of all time, the Adidas Stan Smith and the Adidas Superstar. It carries a minimalist design that radiates subtle sophistication. Some of its colorways are cloud white/ cloud white/ collegiate navy, cloud white/ cloud white/ scarlet, and cloud white/ cloud white/ green. 

This unisex sneaker is oozing with versatility. It can nicely match casual clothing like denim jeans, shorts, jumpsuits, khaki pants, miniskirts, or culottes. Also, it can be paired with sporty outfits like joggers or track pants.

A mashup between the Adidas Superstar and the Stan Smith gave birth to the low-top Adidas Superstan. This new model from Adidas features the recognizable traits of the legendary court and basketball shoes that captured the heart of both fashionistas and athletes alike. 

The low-top Adidas Superstan boasts the sturdy shell toebox of the Superstar and the perforated Three Stripes of the Stan Smith. It displays subtle sophistication as it creates a new flavor to excite loyal followers.

Released on February 1, 2020, the low-top Adidas Superstan is a combination of the two iconic silhouettes in the history of Adidas. A combination of tennis-inspired and basketball-inspired shoes, it is released in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the iconic Superstar. 

This kind of Adidas sneakers sports the legendary shell-toe box of the Superstar while the rest of the upper maintains the clean design of the Stan Smith. Its midsole and outsole are those of the Superstar. On the other hand, the detailing on the tongue and ankle areas are of the Stan Smith.

  • There is a Stan Smith and Superstar text at the tip of the laces. 
  • There is a debossed logo at the tongue that says, “Endorsed by Stan Smith.”
  • It has a white removable insole. 
  • The Adidas Superstan is also used with the collaboration with Mickey Mouse. 
  • It has a white leather lining.
  • It has a rubber cupsole that provides reliable traction.


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