Why you’re going to want the adidas Stan Smith Heart sneakers

Posted: 18 October 2019 9:58 am
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Stan Smith Heart Stripe sneakers

You're guaranteed to fall in love with this latest take on the popular silhouette.

Following the release of a heart-themed Valentine's Day pack earlier this year, adidas had just debuted another loved-up pack that you're going to want to get your hands on.

Release date: Expected some time in November

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Once again taking on the iconic Stan Smith silhouette, the latest design arrives in an all white upper with a white midsole and white laces adding to the crisp look. The low-key colourway serves to let the featured design really stand out, with three lines of "X" notations decorating both the lateral and medial sides of the sneaker.

The standout element though is a solo red heart interrupting the lines of Xs in the final row. We can only assume that the style represents that one true love in a line of heartbreak.

Stan Smith Heart Stripe sneakers

While no release date has been announced for the sneakers, the design makes us think that it will be rolling out in time for Singles' Day. The massive Chinese sales event is held on 11 November every year in celebration of those who are unattached.

While the concept of the event is still relatively new here in Australia, the day continues to be the world's biggest consumer holiday, with massive bargains offered across a huge number of stores. Some of your favourite brands have already started prepping for the event, with Nike announcing four new sneaker iterations for its Singles' Day collection.

If hearts aren't really your thing, adidas has also recently dropped other revamped iterations of the Stan Smith. A Glow Pink design was announced back in August with the style featuring a white and peach colourway. A brand new buckle style is also now available, which sees the usual lace-up design replaced with chunky golden buckles.

For more adidas news and release dates, check out our adidas hub.

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