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Why you need to know about aditech Stan Smith by adidas



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Your next winter shoe is here – this is everything you need to know about adidas' new thermal sneaker technology.

You may have thought winter is the time to get out your boots and forget about your sneakers, but that's now a thing of the past. The thermal heat-reflective technology that adidas incorporates throughout the outerwear and separates is now used for something else. This is everything you need to know about the new aditech Stan Smith.

Release date: There are a few different release dates to mark in your calendar. If you're after the sleek white pair, they're already out. The pink iteration comes out today, 5 December and the remaining styles arrive on 13 February. Keep in mind that these are US release dates, so it should take a few weeks for the sneakers to reach Aussie retailers.

Price: Approximately $150

Where to shop: adidas will be the first obvious choice. It's not confirmed which stockists will also be carrying the shoe, but we recommend keeping an eye out at JD Sports, Platypus Shoes and Hype DC.

The aditech Stan Smith is not your usual Stan Smith – it features unique woven detailing along the tongue and heel, as well as statement gunmetal eyelets. Signature branding also appears on the tongue. The sneaker pack arrives in four different colourways: a white, triple black, pink and beige. Our favourite part? They're all lined with a cosy fleece so your feet will never get cold.



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Keen to keep reading about the latest sneaker launches? You're in luck because here at Finder, we cover it all. At this moment, we are absolutely obsessed with the Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1 High OG. For more adidas news, you need to see the adidas x Prada collaboration and the new vegan (and rainbow) Stan Smiths by Stella McCartney. Or, check out our dedicated adidas hub for loads more.

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