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HUMAN MADE x adidas Stan Smith: When and where to buy



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This is your first official look at HUMAN MADE's next collaboration with streetwear brand adidas.

This isn't the first time adidas has worked with HUMAN MADE. The two collaborated in October last year, working with Pharrell Williams to drop a super loved-up pack including an NMD, a Solar Glide Hu and a Tennis Hu.

This time around, the collaboration has chosen a fresh new sneaker to re-do – and we are obsessed.

Release date: At this stage, we've only got word on a Japanese release date and that's 25 January. It hasn't been announced that these kicks are an exclusive, so we're hoping Aussie sneakerheads will be able to shop them in the next few months.

Where to buy: What online store should you be bookmarking? adidas of course. In the meantime, you can also shop the brand from stores like JD Sports, THE ICONIC and HYPE DC.

You can't deny that Stan Smiths are one of the most popular adidas sneakers of all time. The iconic silhouette has been re-imagined with a classic HUMAN MADE touch.

The crisp white leather base is accented with green on the heel. The main focus of the shoe has got to be the signature HUMAN MADE heart that sits on the lateral quarter.

The medial side features a bold pop of colour, a repeating cut-out red heart print. You've still got the standard Stan Smith branding covering the tongue and heel.

We're loving the vibe – it's really different to the past collaboration. That one was all about bold statement colour, whereas the Stan Smith is definitely a little more understated.

For more, you can head on over and check out our dedicated adidas hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a complete list of release dates.

Keen to check out more of the latest sneaker drops? We are currently obsessing over Nike's Air Jordan 4 Black Cat kicks. You can also click here to check out how adidas plans to achieve 50% recycled polyester in 2020.

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