Size and fit

The low-top Adidas Court 70s shoes are available in both men's and women's sizing. Men have sizes 4 to 14 while women have sizes 5 to 11 US both in medium width. Adidas used the conventional lace-up fastening system allowing its users to adjust the fit according to their preference. And to elevate the overall comfort, the brand inserted textile lining and Ortholite Float sockliner for wearers to enjoy all-day cozy fit.

Adidas Court 70s Style

The tennis-inspired look of the Adidas Court 70s sneakers give it a versatile style that could be easily matched with any laid back attire. The clean finishing of the leather upper added with the classic 3-Stripe branding on the sides flaunt retro vibe from the 70s. Meanwhile, the rubberized toe cap adds athletic appeal without ruining its casual charm.

Buyers can pick from a wide range of color hues offered in the market. Few of the most popular colorways, such as cloud white/ trace maroon, core black/footwear white and cloud white/core black, have a smooth leather upper. Meanwhile, the grey three/cloud white, dark blue/footwear white, and core black/gum5 colorways have a premium suede upper.

The versatility of Adidas Court 70s is undeniable; therefore, this kick is highly endorsed for practical buyers looking for an all-around footwear. Users may pair this sneaker up with their blue denim jeans and a white t-shirt. Meanwhile, some may use this with shorts and an oversized shirt with shin-high white socks for that retro tennis player look.

Notable Features

The minimalist and timeless design of the Adidas Court 70s makes it a remarkable pair for many onlookers and owners. This model displays a design heavily taken from the classic court shoes. Thus parading a clean and timeless look, ready for whichever casual events. Many also adored this pair's similarity to the iconic Adidas Superstar, minus the remarkable shell toe detail.

Adidas Court 70s History

Adidas first offered its tennis footwear in the 60s and commissioned French player Robert Haillet as the sports shoe's endorser. Adidas designed their tennis shoes to allow its wearers to move better while on the court. These shoes provided the players with better stability and gave enhanced foot support, thus giving its wearers better chances in winning.

When Haillet retired and left Three Stripes, the brand searched for his replacement. Adidas inked Stan Smith, an American tennis player, as the new face to represent the brand's revolutionary leather tennis footwear. Adidas tweaked few details to fit Smith's playing style on-court and called the silhouette as the Adidas Stan Smith sneaker.

With the ground-breaking yet classic style of the Adidas Stan Smith sneaker, it seamlessly cemented its status in the sneakers world. It was dubbed as one of the most iconic silhouettes ever launched in the market and served as the catalyst for the transformation of tennis footwear. Countless variations of the Stan Smith were unveiled in the market and several brands, such as K-Swiss, Nike, and Puma, unveiled their takes of tennis shoes. 

  Adidas Tennis-Inspired Sneakers

Adidas did not stop producing tennis footwear iterations. Most of their silhouettes were molded from the colorful history of Adidas' tennis shoe archives and fine-tuned to fit the modern market. Because of its clean and minimalist look, tennis footwear crossed the lifestyle domain as many found them easy to style and comfortable to use all day long. From the clay and green courts, Adidas tennis kicks flawlessly jumped to the streets of many cities.

As an addition to the impressive court-inspired line up of Adidas, the brand unveiled the Adidas Court 70s. This model stayed true to the versatile look of tennis kicks, inserted with comfortable elements suitable for the city strutting. Adidas offers this in two versions - the smooth leather upper and the premium suede upper.

Additional Info

  • The Adidas Court 70s has a rubber cupsole that provides its wearers grippy traction. Cupsole is considered more robust as compared to the popular vulcanized construction. Many skaters and tennis players prefer cupsole for its flexibility.
  • Perforations can be found along with the 3-Stripe branding on the side to provide its users enhanced ventilation.
  • The rubber toe cap delivers added protection on the toe and improves the shoe's overall durability.


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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.