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Happy Feet: Stan Smith for nature

After gracing the tennis court and the streets, adidas Originals’ most iconic silhouette, Stan Smith aims to be a steward for nature. 

Happy Feet: Stan Smith for nature
adidas Originals drops three Stan Smith, Forever sneakers that aim to help end plastic waste.
Dubbed Stan Smith, Forever, the new collection features the same style of the beloved sneakers, but “will become an experimental canvas in adidas’ journey to help end plastic waste.”

The first two sneakers in the drop are composed of white Primegreen uppers, a series of high-performance recycled materials, atop white recycled rubber outsoles. 

The women’s iteration features printed earth-inspired graphics, a white heel tab, and an ivory tongue graphic. Meanwhile, the next makeup features embossed earth-inspired graphics, gold eyelets, and green heel tabs. 

Rounding out the trio is the pair made of a white recycled Primegreen upper, complemented by Stan Smith’s quintessential green heel tab atop a white recycled rubber outsole. The classic look is updated with earth-inspired embroidery throughout. 

Happy Feet: Stan Smith for nature

Bringing the sustainability focus full circle, each pair in the collection comes packaged in the classic adidas Originals blue box composed of more than 90 percent recycled paper. The sneakers are now available at adidas.com/stansmith.

Topics: adidas Originals , Stan Smith , nature , "Stan Smith , Forever" , sneakers
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