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adidas Stan Smith

They were the first sneakers designed by Adi Dassler, founder of adidas. In 1971 they were renamed after the American tennis player Stan Smith. Thanks to its timeless style, this shoe achieved a privileged place in the history of fashion, gaining a Guinness World Record for the number of pairs sold.
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    Why should you buy a pair of adidas Stan Smith sneakers?

    Named after tennis legend Stanley Roger Smith, the adidas Stan Smith is one of the most popular and coveted sneakers of all time. With a sleek and minimalist aesthetic, this 1980s model enjoys great recognition not only among tennis clubs in Europe and America, but also among all sneaker fans and collectors around the world. On SVD's online store, you can find an exclusive selection of adidas Stan Smith for men and women in a wide variety of colors. Come on in and check out the latest arrivals.

    adidas Stan Smith for men and women, now available at SVD

    The adidas Stan Smith for men and women flaunt a simple design that has been around for decades. With their classic style, originally designed for the tennis courts, it's no wonder they never go out of style. The colorways released season after season continue to preserve their classic, timeless style. Whether it's the adidas Stan Smith for men in black or the adidas Stan Smith for women in white, these sneakers are so versatile that you can match them with any type of outfit, from the most formal to the sportiest.

    Some facts about the adidas Stan Smith

    Founded in 1964 as a tennis shoe, these adidas were called Robert Haillet. They feature a rubber outsole and a simple upper that replaces adidas' signature three stripes with three perforated stripes that improve breathability in the foot. In 1971, after Haillet's retirement, it was given the name "Stan Smith", a tribute to the #1 tennis player of that era. The silhouette was redesigned with a foam rubber heel reinforcement. The name and portrait of the tennis player became popular in the 1980s, and from that moment on it became one of the most recognized and best-selling models of the German brand in its history.