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This kick's low-top construction features adequately padded collar and tongue that provides added cushioning and comfort. It has a cleatie construction that works like a slip-on sneaker hence both the heel and tongue sit significantly higher than the rest of the shoe as they serve as an aid for easier wearing. It also features an OrthoLite insole for in-step comfort and cushioning.

The Adidas True Street is exclusively available in men's sizes that range from 7 to 14. Ladies who want to cop a pair should go one size down from their normal shoe size.

Displaying a single piece knit upper, the Adidas True Street exudes a modern design with a cool and rugged style. Its texturized yet streamlined upper is finished with a classic skate sole that adds a touch of the sport's rebellious nature to the kick. Moreover, this model's neutral colorways make for a versatile sneaker that can be easily dressed up and dressed down.

Pair it with cropped or cuffed trousers to show off the kick's silhouette and keep it from clashing against your pants' hem. Bottoms such as joggers, leggings, shorts, cuffed jeans, and cropped chinos are some examples.

The Adidas True Street is a versatile kick through and through. With its streamlined upper combined with neutral hues and welded Three Stripe logo, this pair's aesthetic asset is its modern simplicity. Moreover, the knit upper serve a dual purpose: providing stylish texture and breathable comfort.

Adidas True Street is a casual lifestyle kick that displays a one-piece upper and a modern silhouette. It is part of the brand's Originals sub-label that serves as the heritage division of Adidas and is in charge with the release of some of the most memorable and most loved sneaker models like the Spezial, Superstar, and Stan Smith.

The Originals was officially introduced in 2001 but has been in operation as early as 1997. The division houses the brand's lifestyle and street-inspired products including apparel and accessories.

As part of the category, the Adidas True Street is meant for casual use but is also marketed as a skate shoe. It is available in a number of subdued colorway options for easy pairing with an array of casual ensembles.

  • Suede reinforcement on the heel aid in protection and durability against daily wear.
  • A pull-tab on the tongue helps in easier entry.
  • The insole can be removed.
  • All these sit atop a vulcanized sole.


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