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adidas just dropped a peach Stan Smith that you’re going to want immediately


adidas pink Stan Smith

Get a first peep at the adorable new colourway.

Following yesterday's news that adidas is about to drop a brand new Buckle version of its Stan Smith sneakers, the label has now dropped a new hue of the iconic shoe.

Arriving in a sleek "Cloud White" leather upper with perforated Three Stripes branding on the lateral, the latest iteration of the classic tennis shoe is a minimalist's dream. In fact, the only pop of colour on the whole design comes in the form of an overlapping peach-toned "Glow Pink" hue stamped on the heel, along with Stan Smith branding on the tongue tab in the same colour.

Keeping with the usual silhouette design, the Glow Pink shoes also feature a rubber outsole, lace-up closure and adidas Originals branding stamped along the rubber sole.

If you're looking to grab yourself a pair of the adorable new design, you won't have to wait too long either. They're set to drop onto the US adidas site from 1 September, meaning that we should be seeing them join the steadily growing Stan Smith line on the Australian version of the site soon after. Pairs of the new kicks will retail for US$100, which is in line with other versions of the sneaker.

adidas pink Stan Smith

If the peach-tone isn't your thing (or you already have too many pairs of Stan Smiths), you can also check out other recent adidas lines like the SolarHu Glide Greyscale Pack that the brand has dropped in conjunction with Pharrell. You can also shop the frayed adidas Originals x Donald Glover collection or get a first look at the cool new line inspired by Japanese manga series Naruto that's coming soon.

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If you are looking to shop adidas gear online, don't forget to check out the latest coupons to see if you can nab yourself a sweet deal too.

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