First, there are the iconic models of the brand like the Superstar, the first low-top basketball shoe with one-hundred percent leather upper, which became a bestselling item with the hip-hop crowd. Or there is the Stan Smith, standing out for its three lateral stripes and original ‘total white’ look dictated by the rules of tennis in the past, which went on to become a star of magazines and fashion shows. Next, recovered from the Adidas archives, are the Torsion Camp, Nizza Hi RF, Continental 80, AR Trainer, and Rivalry, which are joined by the modern new entries Suprecourt, SC Premiere and Supercourt RX… ten models that have by now become classics, passing from the playing field to the streets, and becoming cult objects of various urban cultures.

Together, they are part of the Home of Classic collection: a celebration and testament to the timeless classics of Adidas, which here reedits all of its most influential sneaker models. Reunited together to the joy of the fan’s brands, they are proposed in premium white leather, like a blank canvas awaiting the wearer’s personal experiences.